Dragon Age: The Veilguard: It’s Good to be on Good Terms with Your Teammates

In BioWare’s next game, it’s good for your protagonist to have a good relationship with his teammates, because they’ll be stronger for it.


The cover story of the latest issue of Game Informer magazine is Dragon Age: The Veilguard, and so we’ll soon be hearing more about BioWare’s great hope, which has gone through two reboots, as it was originally a single-player project, Dragon Age 4, then moved to a live service model, and then due to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order pushed it back to a single-player concept, and it’s no coincidence that it’s been almost ten years since Dragon Age: Inquisition was released.

Each character that joins our team will also have a relationship level. The higher you can level him or her, the more skill points per level he or she will receive. We can improve our relationship with our comrades by helping them in their battles or by completing their personal quests. According to Corinne Busche, one of the game’s directors, “Relationships are key, not just romance, but friendship. We wanted to focus not only on the relationships the characters have with you, but the relationships they have with each other. It’s a close-knit family, and at the end of the day, they have to trust that they have each other’s backs.

Your skill tree in Dragon Age: The Veilguard will be smaller than ours, with only five abilities. If they are useful and not just passive bonuses, that can be sufficient, and we can change that by alternating who comes to fight with us and who we send to rest for a while. The better their relationship with us, the more effective they are in combat. We saw that in Dragon Age: Origins. Those we don’t get along with romantically can develop romance with other characters (we saw this in Mass Effect 3 and Dragon Age: Inquisition).

Dragon Age: The Veilguard will be released sometime this fall for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC.

Source: PCGamer, Game Informer

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