Can You Have Multiple Romances in Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader? – Answered

The galactic polyamory of your dreams.

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While you can romance characters in Rogue Trader (unlike most 40K games), you may wonder if multiple partners are possible. Here’s whether you can have multiple romances in Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader.

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Can You Romance Multiple Companions in Rogue Trader?

Thankfully, you can romance multiple partners in Rogue Trader if you want to, with a major catch that I’ll get into. These characters can have various romantic scenes along with kissing or sleeping with those characters. However, you’ll be forced to make a single choice toward the end of the game if you head down this route. Don’t expect to sleep with anyone and everyone forever.

With all this being said, it’s also important to note that your romances with other characters will heavily depend on gender. Since a female can’t romance Cassia, and a male can’t romance Heinrix, you’ll be forced to pick one or the other. When it comes to companions like Jae and Yrliet though, where they can be romanced by a male or female Rogue Trader, you’re free to romance them both for most of the game if you wish.

Do You Gain Any Bonuses for Romancing Multiple Characters?

Sadly, you gain no bonuses for romancing more than one character in Rogue Trader. It’s similar to romancing a single character in that it’s simply for story purposes and for building out your Rogue Trader’s story. Still, being able to experience as many romance stories as possible can mean you get to delve into the lore of 40K that little bit more. That has to count for something.

Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader is available on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. If you’re looking for more help with the game, check out our guide on what the Iconoclast dialogue option means in Rogue Trader.

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