‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Romance Guide To NPCs

By Allan , Updated Mar 23, 2017 05:23 AM EDT

One of the reasons why many players enjoy “Mass Effect: Andromeda” is the ability to start a relationship with the NPCs in the game. This game isn’t the first “Mass Effect” with romance feature so players already know that they should always choose their words carefully in order to keep their relationships in good status. So in this article, players will be guided how romance and relationship work in “ME: Andromeda”

How Romance Works in the Game

Just like in every “Mass Effect” game, players will need to woo the NPC they like to gain her trust, grow a relationship which hopefully will turn into romance. The player can choose who to have a relationship with but only among selected NPC according to Primagames. As the game progresses, players will be able to talk about different things with their chosen NPC which will eventually lead to a romantic relationship.

How to Improve Relationship with NPC

To start a relationship with an NPC, players need to flirt with them at least three times. Then they need to build it by completing their loyalty missions in the game. As long as the player agrees to do everything the NPC ask, their relationship with the NPC will continue to grow. Players must also read the emails their chosen NPC sends and use the flirt conversation as often as possible.

Available NPC for Romance

PC Gamer reports all male characters in the game can only choose between Cora, Vetra, Peebee, Avela, Gil, Keri, and Reyes Vidal as their significant other in the game. On the other hand, female ryders can choose one among Liam, Jaal, Peebee, Jaal, Reyes Vidal, Suvi, and Keri.

Flirting With More than One NPC

Flirting with more than one NPC is possible in the game. It will just be harder to manage because they will need to do each one their loyalty missions. But if the player is up for the challenge, why not.

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