How to Find Side Quests in Dragon’s Dogma 2

As you explore the world of Dragon’s Dogma 2, you’ll find that random characters spring forth from the woodwork, looking for help. They’ll lean against the side of a hovel, hoping a brave hero stops by for a chat, or they’ll come sprinting up to you to drop a bombshell bit of dialogue in your lap, then give you a quest. It’s up to you whether you tackle the side quests in Dragon’s Dogma 2, though.

Where to Find Side Quests in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Unlike most other RPGs, Dragon’s Dogma 2’s side quests don’t cover your map with exclamation points or dialogue boxes. You must find them through immersion, exploring and speaking with the locals about their many woes. Some, however, make life easy. They’ll walk straight up to you with a problem and ask for help; in some cases, you can turn them down.

Alternatively, some side quests in Dragon’s Dogma 2 appear as random events. You’ll spot a bit of trouble while wandering through the woods, and you can choose to pass by the event or stop to help. For instance, as you leave Vernworth heading northwest, you’ll spot a small group discussing recent woes. You can stop to investigate. A bit further down, a fighter is dealing with a troll.

Little events like this help flesh out the world of Dragon’s Dogma 2!

Are Side Quests Worth Your Time in Dragon’s Dogma 2?

Absolutely! While the main story of Dragon’s Dogma 2 proves interesting and worthwhile if you want to focus efforts on finishing that for your first playthrough, this is a world designed with immersion and expansiveness in mind. The side quests provides you with some type of reward, for the most part.

For completing side content, you may earn gold, items, and the occasional crafting item. But it’s all about the journey. As you progress from point A to point B for said side quest, you’ll uncover even more to see, do, and explore!

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