BioWare Details ‘Anthem’ Endgame with New Missions, Stories

Early Anthem Roadmap Outlined First Event Happens in March and Here’s What’s in It

BioWare and EA have dropped some details on Anthem's post-launch content, due to get underway in March with the release of Act 01: Echoes of Reality, which will in turn be divided into a series of updates.

The new launch trailer for Electronic Arts (EA) and BioWare's upcoming video game Anthem has been released, telling players to unleash your power as you suit up in one of four javelins and take on a world of danger.

"They're created to be more seasonal", executive producer Mark Darrah said to GamesRadar of the event.

The studio not only provided a look at Anthem endgame content, but posted a complete breakdown which we've added below.

Anthem's marketing team and development heads have been very vocal on social media about the game's promise and its problems, but one recurring theme is that they're in for the long haul and will have lots and lots to bring to the experience in the months (and years?) ahead.

Also central to Anthem's endgame are Cataclysms; limited-time world events which will alter the world and introduce various hazards including powerful creatures and extreme weather.

Once you reach Anthem's endgame content, you can grab new gear in a variety of ways - all as challenging as they are rewarding.

Endgame features will be available once the player reaches level 30, the maximum level in the game. The last three are called Grandmaster 1, 2, and 3.

Anthem's Game Director Jonathan Warner narrates the 5:30 minute video, guiding viewers through the various activities that will keep you employed as a freelancer. Legendary contracts are larger, multi-part missions with bigger rewards. Different endgame objectives will reward the player with crafting blueprints for gear and personalization items. Contracts will allow players to increase their reputation with different factions, granting them access to crafting blueprints. It's rather vague, but you can see these in the images embedded above.

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