Anthem invites you to experience a co-operative Action-RPG set in a new and mysterious world.
Anthem is an action role-playing game made by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. Upon an unfinished world, humanity struggles to survive in a savage environment full of diverse threats. Equipped with incredible Javelin exosuits, a faction known as the Freelancers seeks to tip the balance in mankind’s favor. It is a shared-world action-RPG in which players delve into a vast world teeming with amazing technology and forgotten treasures. In Anthem, up to 4 friends unravel the world’s mysteries and take on its most fearsome challenges together. Shared danger means shared glory, and successful Freelancers are all be richly rewarded for successful exploits. Throughout their adventure, players outfit their Freelancers with powerful Javelin exosuits, each of which are equipped with unique weapons and abilities. The world is also filled with savage beasts and ruthless marauders where Freelancers are called to defeat the forces plotting to conquer humanity. Players also customize their Javelin with gear they earn and craft throughout the adventure, and leave a lasting mark on the world.
Release Date: 22 Feb, 2019
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Genre: Action, RPG, Shooting
OS: Win 10
CPU: Core i5-3570 3.4GHz / FX-6350
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: GeForce GTX 760 / Radeon HD 7970
HDD: 50 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: Core i7-4790 4-Core 3.6GHz / Ryzen R3 1300X
RAM: 16 GB
GRAPHIC: GeForce GTX 1060 / Radeon RX 480 8GB
HDD: 50 GB
- Individual heroes unite to triumph as one: The heart of Anthem is a connected, social experience.
- Personalize your Javelins to showcase your accomplishments: As you rank up and defeat powerful foes, you’ll gather loot and complete milestones in the game, unlocking amazing personalization options that turn your Javelins into visual testaments to your ability and achievement.
- Choose from an arsenal of customizable exosuits: Every time you enter the world as a Freelancer, you will access your collection and select a powerful Javelin exosuit – armor designed to provide its pilot with incredible offensive and defensive capabilities.
- Explore an ever-changing world of danger and mystery: Powered by Frostbite, Anthem’s visually spectacular, evolving, and open world features unpredictable conditions, hazards, and enemies.
Anthem combines third-person shooter and action role-playing game elements in a "contiguous open world" shared with up to three other players in which they take the role of a Freelancer donning fully customizable exosuits called Javelins. These suits can be customized to have various unique weapons and superhuman abilities. Players will assume the role of a Freelancer, one of a group of people who leave their civilization to explore the surrounding landscape. Join with up to three other players in cooperative adventures that reward both teamwork and individual skill. Each player’s choice of Javelin exosuit will shape their contribution and strategic role on the team. Set out together on an expedition, or drop a contract to call in friends to assist with difficult challenges. As you explore, you will discover a gripping story filled with unique and memorable characters. Seamless and intelligent matchmaking will ensure you can quickly and easily find other players to adventure alongside. Use massive weaponry and devastating powers. Shrug off blows that would shatter bones. Move at incredible speed, rocket across the skies, or safely roam watery depths. As you play, you will constantly progress both your own abilities as a Javelin pilot and the combat and traversal capabilities of your exosuits. As a live service experience, Anthem will change and grow over time – introducing new stories, challenges, and events. This world is both beautiful and deadly – and will strategically challenge you with each new expedition you embark on with your Freelancer team. Anthem is an ambitious project and it paid off for BioWare in some measure. The gameplay is spectacular, the story is good and has a challenging endgame. But annoyances sometimes spoil it and it's up to BioWare to fix those problems for the future.