Published: Sun, February 10, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Anthem Launch Trailer: Suit Up & Unleash Your Power

Anthem Launch Trailer: Suit Up & Unleash Your Power

The developer detailed the Anthem endgame in a blog post today.

BioWare and EA released a new launch trailer for Anthem ahead of its release which showed off all four of the Javelins players can pilot during their missions. In addition, there's more on Anthem's endgame, which will see you able to reach the maximum Pilot Level of 30, then continue searching for better gear of increasingly high rarity for your javelin's loadout.

In Anthem, up to four players explore and battle in a unsafe, mysterious place populated by great characters and a unique BioWare story.

We now know more information regarding the endgame content for Anthem, courtesy of the "This is Anthem" gameplay videos from Bioware. Taking on Strongholds, Freeplay exploration, and Cataclysms will also introduce new enemies and challenges, with some of the best loot in the game your reward for taking part and achieving success. Anthem has six total difficulty levels: Easy, Normal, Hard, Grand Master, Grand Master 2, and Grand Master 3.

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After completing the main story, Anthem will open up to three new difficulty modes which will enable you to collect and craft better rewards to boost your power, new cosmetics to match your preference, new emotes to stand out from the crowd, and of course, vinyl for your Javelin.

The world will also evolve along with live service hooks, whether directly through new areas that're unlocked through puzzles, raids, or other player-driven content, or indirectly through cataclysmic global events.

What do you think of Anthem's release plan? "They're created to be more seasonal", Darrah said, adding that "the goal of something like a Cataclysm is that it should be impossible for you to fully explore in that first week". Contracts will allow players to increase their reputation with different factions, granting them access to crafting blueprints. These multi-part missions take a lot more work, skill, and firepower to complete, but the rewards are far greater to match. It's rather vague, but you can see these in the images embedded above.

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