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SINoALICE NieR Replicant Banner Has a 5 Step Summon That Could Get You Kaine

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Kaine Nier SINoALICE Summon

SINoALICE players will potentially be able to summon Kaine in the NieR Replicant collaboration Grimoire Pt. 1 event banner after a 5 Step Summon. That probably sounds like an earful to anyone who isn’t familiar with the 5 Step Summon system in SINoALICE. What this means is that after spending a total of 1,200 Twilight Crystals on the Grimoire Pt. 1 limited event banner, a guaranteed featured SR weapon will drop. This will either be the Kaine’s Sword SR or the Beastcurse SR. This means there is a 50% chance Kaine’s weapon will drop. While the Beastcurse is a weapon tied to Adult Nier, Players can get him by simply logging into the game and receiving the Iron Will weapon in their mailbox.

This will probably be a relief for players that want to keep some of their Twilight Crystals for the NieR Replicant Collab. Grimoire Pt. 2, which will be coming sometime in the future. After all, Kaine and Nier aren’t the only Replicant characters that will be available to summon in SINoALICE.

Young Emil will be available to obtain through his SR weapon in this collaboration banner, but his weapon is not featured. This means that those that would like to obtain him in the NieR Replicant Collab. Grimoire Pt. 1 event banner will need to simply roll until his weapon appears or until they have enough medals to grab his weapon through the medal shop. However, Young Emil and Devola and Popola will be featured summons for the upcoming NieR Replicant Collab. Grimoire Pt. 2 banner.

The NieR Replicant Collab. Grimoire Pt. 1 and SINoALICE collaboration event will last until August 13, 2020.

SINoALICE is immediately available for Android and iOS. NieR Replicant is in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. NieR Gestalt and NieR Replicant first released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in April 2010.

Kazuma Hashimoto
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