The latest Dragon Ball game for mobile devices, titled Dragon Ball Legends, has a tonne of cool features including a PVP mode, a strategic turn-based combat, and some other aspects. One of these is Friendship Level feature that works wonder if you utilize it right. Check out our Dragon Ball Legends Friendship Guide for more help on it.
Dragon Ball Legends Friendship
You control a new Saiyan created exclusively for the game’s Story Mode. Named Shallot, you carry your own abilities and moves, but that does not mean it is only limited to that.
With the Friendship Level feature, you can learn and acquire skills from the more popular characters in the Dragon Ball saga.
This comes quite in handy when combat is concerned since you have a variety of attacks to choose from. All of this is possible by having a decent enough Friendship Level with the hero you want to acquire abilities from.
For example, being good friends with Goku will mean you can perform Kamehameha in battle. Cool, right?
Your main goal would be to rack up Friendship Points to allow that Friendship Meter to go up. These can be earned by fighting against characters you want to become allies within the Story Mode.
Yes, the hard way is the only way in Dragon Ball Legends. Winning or losing does not matter; you will receive Friendship Points anyhow.
The good thing is you can replay these levels multiple times until you have maxed out a hero’s Friendship Level. We would also suggest having characters included in your party if you want to raise the Friendship Rank with them.
Once you have finally acquired a move by maxing out on a particular hero’s Friendship Level, simply go to that hero’s menu or the Arts tab as it is called in the game.
In there, you will see a section titled Can Train. Prepare to learn some awesome new moves being taught by the galaxy’s finest.
This is all we have in our Dragon Ball Legends Friendship Guide. If there is anything else that you would like to add, let us know in the comments section below!