How to invite friends to a party in Dauntless

Learn how to team up and invite your friends to a party in Dauntless.

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If you’re planning on diving into the world of Dauntless and exploring the Shattered Isles, then you’re going to want to know how to play with your friends. Thanks to the social features installed in Dauntless, you can easily connect and invite your friends to a party. This guide will teach you everything you need to know to team up with your friends and start slaying Behemoths.

How to invite friends to a party in Dauntless

The first step to playing with your friends is to load into the game and complete the opening missions. You’ll want to create your character, play through the first couple of missions, and then make your way to Ramsgate. Here the entire game will open up to you, and you’ll find a series of new missions that you can dive into.

How to invite friends to a party in Dauntless - Ramsgate social hub
You can invite others to your party while visiting Ramsgate.

To invite your friends, you’re going to want to make sure they are first added to your Epic Games, Xbox One, or PlayStation 4 friends list. You can then open up the Hunting Party menu by pressing the corresponding button on the screen prompt on the left-hand side of the screen. This will show you a list of your friends who are currently online or offline, as well as any additional players that you have run into during your time with Dauntless.

When you’ve found the friend that you want to invite, simply highlight their name and send them an invite. It’s super easy to do, and they’ll be able to open up their Hunting Party menu on their respective platform and join the party directly from there. Easy as pie.

Now that you know how to invite friends to a party in Dauntless, be sure to head back over to our Dauntless guides hub for more help with the game. You can also check out our guide on how to change appearance, which will show you how to easily change your character’s look without starting over completely.

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