How to Unlock Dragon's Dogma 2 Pre Order Bonus - Ring of Assurance

Can’t figure out how to unlock your Dragon’s Dogma 2 pre order bonuses, the Ring of Assurance and the Superior Weapon Quartet? Don’t worry, we’re here to help you. It’s actually fairly easy to do; you just have to progress far enough in the game. Here’s what you need to do.

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How to Unlock Dragon’s Dogma 2 Pre Order Bonus – Ring of Assurance

How to Redeem Dragon’s Dogma 2 Pre Order Bonus Items – Ring of Assurance & Superior Weapons Quarter

To unlock and redeem your pre order bonus items in Dragon’s Dogma 2, aka the Ring of Assurance and the Superior Weapon Quartet, you’ll have to earn them in-game. Don’t worry, it’s nothing too bad. You basically just have to go through the opening couple of steps of the first quest, Tale’s Beginning. Specifically, during the third step, you have to make for Melve right after interacting with the first Riftstone. But before you go to Melve, head into the nearby blue tent that has a picture of a hearth in front of it. This is the Borderwatch Lounge. The innkeeper will let you sleep for free, so use that opportunity.

The next step to redeem and unlock your pre order bonus items in Dragon’s Dogma 2, the Superior Weapon Quartet and the Ring of Assurance, is to talk to the innkeeper again. In fact, after you rest, you should get a message telling you that you can collect your add-ons at any inn by talking with the keep. So, that’s what you need to do. That’s all there is to it. But you don’t have to do this right now if you don’t want to. You can choose to pick up your bonuses later on at any inn. However, I’d strongly suggest you take the items now, since they will make things way easier, especially in the beginning hours. I mean, why did you pre-purchase the game if you’re not going to use the rewards that provides?

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