NIER: AUTOMATA – DAY ONE EDITION + UPDATE 1 + DLC FitGirl Repack
- Based on Steam release made on May 2, 2017: 48 GB
- Crackfix from Triplesec applied, original BALDMAN crack available in NoDVD folder after installation as well as alternative ALI213 emu for those, who experience problems with CODEX emu
- “3C3C1D119440927” DLC included and activated
- FAR 0.5.6.9 with piracy protection removed and Borderless Gaming v9.1 available in NoDVD folder after installation, allowing you to play in normal full-screen mode
- 100% Lossless & MD5 Perfect: all files are identical to originals after installation (when installed with original videos and both voicepacks)
- NOTHING ripped, NOTHING re-encoded
- Selective download feature: you may skip downloading and installing of voiceovers packs and select what videos you want to see: originals or recoded ones
- Stand-alone installer for lossless videos only, if after playing with lossy ones you prefer to upgrade them to original lossless
- Significantly smaller archive size (compressed from 48 GB to 9~23.4 GB, depending on selected components)
- Installation takes (with lossy videos): 20-40 minutes (depending on your system)
- Installation takes (with original lossless videos): 45~70 minutes (depending on your system)
- After-install integrity check so you could make sure that everything installed properly
- HDD space after installation: 26~48 GB
- Language can be changed in game settings
- At least 2 GB of free RAM (inc. virtual) required for installing this repack
For users installing Japanese-only audio without English dub. You will experience missing audio and “fast subtitles”. It can be easily fixed: just copy the following folders with all content as said below:
“data\sound\Japanese” to “data\sound\English(US)”
“data\sound\stream\Japanese” to “data\sound\stream\English(US)”
Problem solved. Sorry for inconvenience.
Lossy VS Lossless
I don’t like lossy compression, but this game proves, that sometimes developers have to use brains.
Most game videos in NieR are in 1600×904 resolution, not even proper FullHD. And developers used extremely high bitrate for them, up to 40 MBbit/second with 30 FPS.
And I must add, that cutscenes (pre-rendered by game engine into movie files) take more than 50% of game files, occupying 26.8 GB.
That’s why I made an option for you to download much smaller archive with re-encoded videos.
They still look pretty good at bitrate of 5~6 MBit/sec. You can download this sample and compare:
If you don’t like the quality of re-encoded files, get original ones. Remember – the choice is always yours, not mine 😉