The Arisen in Dragon's Dogma 2 wearing a helmet

Dragon’s Dogma 2: How to Hide Your Helmet

Players who have spent a lot of time customizing their Arisen’s face in Dragon’s Dogma 2 will likely want to hide their helmet.

A lot of RPGs that feature big, bulky helmets allow players to hide them. This essentially enables you to get the buff that the helmet provides while not actually having it physically on your character in cutscenes and while you explore. Many were likely hoping that Dragon’s Dogma 2 would follow suit, as its comprehensive character customization tools allow you to create some really beautiful faces. Unfortunately, that doesn’t seem to be the case.

Can You Hide Your Helmet in Dragon’s Dogma 2?

No, you cannot hide your helmet in Dragon’s Dogma 2. If you want to wear a helmet to get the stat buffs, you will have to have it constantly on your head. There is no way to visually remove it, but still retain the stat advantages. This is, of course, unfortunate, as some helmets completely cover your Arisen’s face, making all that hard work in the character customizer a bit pointless.

Fortunately, certain helmets do come with a handful of cosmetic options, such as raising the visor, that can make seeing your beautiful face a little easier. Additionally, there are some helmets that don’t completely cover your face, such as hats. These will obscure your hair but keep your face intact. However, outside of this, to get a good look at your face, you’ll need to fully remove the helmet in the helmet section of your item menu.

Character in Dragon's Dogma 2

It is possible that Capcom will patch in a feature later on that allows you to hide your helmet. However, for now, depending on how precious you are about your character’s look, you should probably opt not to wear one. That’s everything you need to know about hiding your helmet in Dragon’s Dogma 2. For more guides like this one, be sure to check out our Guide Hub.

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