Dragon’s Dogma 2: How to Change Vocations

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Change Vocations

Dragon’s Dogma 2 is a game with complex fighting styles and many classes to pick from. When you start playing, you get to choose a class called Vocation for both your main character and your Main Pawn. However, there might be situations where you might not be satisfied with your initial choice and would like to change your vocation to another one. In this Dragon’s Dogma 2 guide, we will show you how you can easily change your vocations after you have initially chosen one in the game.

How To Change Vocations in Dragon’s Dogma 2

In the game, there are guilds for different vocations that you can join. Each vocation might have its own guild, and these guilds could be found in different parts of the Capital City. With 4 Starter, 2 Advanced, and 4 Hybrid Vocations to choose from, we might find multiple guilds in various places in the game world. This is different from the previous Dragon’s Dogma game, where there were only two places to switch your vocation, and there were no job guilds at all.

You can switch your character’s vocation by going to Vocation Guilds. We don’t know exactly where these guilds are yet, but they might be in the Capital City.

Where To Find Vocation Guilds

Different Parts of Capital City

In the old Dragon Dogma game, you could switch your vocation by going to the Inn in Gran Soren’s Capital City. But now, instead of that, there might be Vocation Guilds. These guilds could be in new places in the city or even in other cities far away. We’ll update you more when we know more.

They May Cost Discipline Points

In the first Dragon’s Dogma game, players had to use Discipline Points to switch their vocations at the Inn in Gran Soren. Now, you have to switch them at the Vocation Guilds, but you might still have to use Discipline Points to switch your character’s job.

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This concludes our guide on how you can change vocations in Dragon’s Dogma 2. If you want to add anything to this guide, feel free to use the comments section below.

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