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How to get Married and Divorced in Starfield

Updated: Sep 19, 2023 11:33 am
How to get Married and Divorced in Starfield

Do you want to marry or divorce your companion in Starfield? As you explore the great vastness of space, completing missions and discovering artifacts, you will grow closer to the companion you brought with you.

It is no secret that Starfield has plenty of romance options and dialogue options. There are skills that you can use to persuade people or you can simply try flirting with them. As you complete quests with your companion, your affinity will grow just like in real life.

If you want to continue your adventure in space with a spouse, there are a few things that you need to do to get married. Decide which NPC you want to live a happy life with in Starfield. Here is how to get married and divorced in Starfield.

How to get Married in Starfield

There are only four NPCs that you can marry in Starfield. These NPCs are Sarah Morgan, Andreja, Barrett, and Sam Coe. All of these companions are members of Constellation.

If you want to marry one of these companions, follow these steps:

  1. Select for them to join you as a companion
  2. While completing missions, talk to your companion
  3. Perform actions that make your companion happy
  4. When the option comes up, choose to flirt with your companion
  5. Choose the commitment option once you have raised your affinity enough

Once you start the commitment quest, you will be able to have your own wedding ceremony in New Atlantis and receive a wedding gift from whichever NPC you choose to marry.

How to get Divorced in Starfield

Starfield has a good marriage system, but sometimes relationships end in divorce. To get divorced in Starfield, start a conversation with your partner. During the conversation, look for a dialogue option that allows you to ask about your relationship.

You should see an option with a tag that is labeled “end commitment.” Select this option to end the relationship. This will lead to your partner getting upset for obvious reasons before accepting your wishes.

Of course, this will sour their mood but they will still be on your crew and can even still be an active companion.

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