How to Get an Arranged Marriage in BitLife


The ever-popular life simulator game BitLife offers basically every life-choice option known to humans within their game, including different types of marriage. In many countries, arranged marriage is a legitimate form of finding a life partner, with the help of your parents, and in BitLife it is no different!

Requirements for an Arranged Marriage:

To get an arranged marriage, players must select their character to be born in a country that allows this type of marriage:

  • Pakistan
  • Afghanistan
  • China
  • India
  • Iran
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Japan

First-generation immigrants from those countries can also have an arranged marriage in other unlisted countries, but there is a higher probability when living in those countries above. At some point, your parents will definitely ask you if you would like to marry the person suggested by them.

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You can reject the person your parents have chosen but this will have a negative impact on your relationship with your parents, especially if you continue to reject their offers. Once you accept, the relationship will start off very low and will take some work to build it up.

It is possible that your parents will keep offering the same person again and again, so be wary of rejecting them repeatedly as this will impact your relationship with your parents. You could always marry them and then divorce them later.

If you have had an arranged marriage in BitLife, let us know how it went in the comments below!

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