Anthem: Release Date, Platforms, Gameplay, & Trailers 
Anthem is the latest new IP from EA studio BioWare, best known for the Mass Effect and Dragon Age games. Previously known only by the codename Dylan, Anthem departs from what BioWare is known best for, instead moving towards a cooperative action looter/shooter in the vein of Destiny or The Division.
First unveiled at E3 2017, with more details emerging all the time, we’re starting to piece together more information about BioWare’s next big title. Here’s what we know, containing the release date, platforms, early access information, gameplay, and story details. For more information, check out our Anthem hands-on review from E3 2018.
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When is the Anthem Release Date?
Anthem was initially scheduled for a release in ‘fall 2018’ (that’s autumn for us Brits), but, as confirm by EA at E3 2018, Anthem will be released on February 22, 2019.
“It’s not a delay,” EA CFO Blake Jorgensen told The Wall Street Journal. “People are trying to create a story.” Instead, EA felt that moving Anthem’s release date into the first quarter of 2019 would provide the new IP with a forthcoming release window rather than putting it up against established brands in the run-up to Christmas.
Anthem is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC and will take full advantage of the 4K-enabled PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.
Can I Play Anthem Early?
The good update is that if you’re keen, you’ll be able to play Anthem earlier than everybody else.
The Anthem VIP demo will remain available to EA/Origin Access subscribers who pre-order the game from February 1, 2019.
If that’s not enough, you’ll be able to access the entire game from February 15, 2019, though that is exclusive to EA/Origin Access. The standard subscription will allow you to play 10 hours of the fun before the release on February 22, while Origin Access Premier subscribers will have unlimited access.
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What is the Gameplay Like?
EA describes Anthem as a ‘shared-world action RPG, which in practice means. It’s a bit like Destiny or The Division, a massively multiplayer online shooter.
You play as a Freelancer, tasked with braving the wilderness around a walled city (so far, so Destiny) to protect humanity from the threats that lie beyond. They include giant, savage beasts and at least some armed enemies called Scars.
To help you survive, you don a Javelin exosuit. These allow you to fly and are also pack with weapons and abilities. You’ll be able to accrue multiple Javelin suits for different situations and can customize both their loadout and their look.
You’ll remain able to team up in groups of up to four to complete missions composed. Still, we assume you’ll also be able to play most of the game on your own if you prefer.
You will progress through the game, and your character will level up as you do so, gaining more loot and abilities. If we haven’t clarified, they’re borrowing fairly heavily from The Division and arm-dislocating heavily from Destiny.
Javelins, which act as classes, are the exo-suits worn by Freelancers that can be customize in Anthem Forge. Four different types are unlock regularly. Be careful with the amount of heat your javelin generates; it overheats and stops and falls. Luckily, a dip in the water or a flight through a waterfall refreshes you instantly. Anthem Spears are:
- Colossus: This tank-like robot uses a taunt to generate aggression before blowing up enemies with heavy weapons.
- Ranger: The Ranger is a good choice for solo play as an all-rounder.
- Storm: This mage-like spear is best placed in the air while spraying out elemental damage.
- Interceptor: This agile robot can chain dodge and melee moves to orbit targets.
You can have multiple spears, which can be customize with different gear, weapons, cosmetics, and paint jobs, including the N7 Ranger armor. Javelin’s customization options even extend to the types of materials that cover each area of the suit. Customization items can be earn as quest rewards, found as loot, or crafted.
Anthem is an online multiplayer action video game develop by BioWare and publish by Electronic Arts. The game was out worldwide on February 22, 2019, for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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