There’s a theme in Mass Effect: Andromeda’s loyalty missions — they involve a lot of planets and a lot of time. Some are more than an hour long from beginning to end, depending on how much you get distracted or how much trouble you have in the fights. In this guide, we show you how to find and complete them all.
Peebee’s loyalty missions in Mass Effect: Andromeda start soon after she joins your crew, and the early ones are easy enough. As they progress, they become galaxy-spanning errands with some really tough fights. You can handle the first couple as soon as they come up, but we recommend saving the rest until you’re a much higher level — above 20 or so. (We did the last mission around level 30, but we prefer to be overpowered.)
Cora’s loyalty missions become available after you’ve established the outpost on Eos. These missions are relatively straightforward — you only visit three planets (as opposed to Peebee’s nine) — but they’ll still take up a lot of time. The first mission is easy enough to take on at any level, but the second one involves a lot of fighting against a lot of kett, so it might be best to save for later levels (20 or more).
Drack’s loyalty missions begin after Drack joins your crew (and starts sending you grandpa-type emails). He’ll tell you about a guy back on the Nexus named Spender. He lied to the krogan during the uprising and now’s he’s being a problem for Kesh (who we are on record as being a fan of). Drack has some suspicions about him, but can’t prove anything yet.
Vetra’s loyalty mission is far less complex than some of the other loyalty missions — you only have to go to one planet, and only have to do one thing. It’s not as long as the others, and the fights are much more manageable. We have no idea why Vetra got shorted, but we’re just thankful it didn’t take an hour and half to finish.
Jaal’s loyalty missions begin once you’ve won over the Moshae and the angaran Resistance — by completing "Helping Havarl’s Scientists" and/or "Stage a Rescue." Jaal will offer you a new mission called "Friend of Foe?" Jaal’s loyalty missions are relatively straightforward — there’s not a lot of planet-hopping, but there is a lot of fighting.
Liam’s loyalty missions in Mass Effect: Andromeda aren’t like the loyalty missions of anyone else on your team. They’re a collection of missions that don’t have anything to do with Liam directly, and, chances are, you won’t even notice you’re completing them. Also, they don’t actually have to involve Liam — which could be a good thing depending on your opinion of him.