We already showed you how to romance pretty much anyone in Mass Effect: Andromeda, but often there is one specific character that seems like one of the most popular. For Andromeda this is Peebee. This Asari archaeologist has a bubbly personality that might turn some people away, but there’s always extra interest in whatever Asari character you can romance. So, here’s a guide specifically about how to romance Peebee in Mass Effect: Andromeda.
There’s actually relatively few steps you have to perform, though Peebee is one of the longest running romance options in the game. I personally had to turn away a few other suitors before Peebee became a true romance option for my Ryder character. However, there is an early opportunity to “romance” Peebee, but it’s not exactly what many are looking for.
In order to romance Peebee in Mass Effect: Andromeda you will want to chat with her after every single main story quest, as well as other big missions. While doing this you’ll eventually see some dialogue options on the left side of the conversation wheel, which will show a heart symbol when highlighted. Choose these to push the romance of Peebee further.
At a certain point Peebee will ask you to go ahead and “fool around”, but will say that she only wants to do it if there are “no strings attached”. This option will come about halfway through the full romance quest. If you want to really continue romancing Peebee then you probably want to turn this down, telling her that you want “strings”. This will delay your romancing of Peebee, but it will lead to the full romance later on.
Finish up Peebee’s Loyalty Quest and continue to talk to her between missions, always choosing the heart option when it comes up, and you’ll eventually get there. You also want to act a little crazy, matching Peebee’s personality, in order to stay on her good side. However, Mass Effect: Andromeda doesn’t have too many consequences for choosing the “wrong” conversation option.
Follow these steps for how to romance Peebee in Mass Effect: Andromeda and eventually you’ll get to the finale of the “quest.”
- This article was updated on:April 16th, 2017