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BioWare showed off more of Anthem at this year’s E3, but there’s still a lot we don’t know. Thankfully, one of the game’s producers has started answering fans’ questions.

Executive producer Mike Darrah has been active on Twitter recently, and though his answers are brief, they give us a peek into what we’ll see in the final game.

For one, players will be able to have multiple Freelancers—the main characters who pilot the Javelin suits—per account, and won’t be locked in to one character. However, it seems that progress won’t carry over between different Freelancers. According to Darrah, the level of gear dropped will be based on your Freelancer’s overall level, letting players get good gear drops even when they’re using a Javelin suit they haven’t used much before. However, this implies that any secondary Freelancer characters you make with a lower level will get lower gear than your main Freelancer.

It should be easy to level up different Javelins using the same Freelancer, however, so players won’t have to worry about maintaining different Freelancers if they don’t want to. Each suit can be unlocked by finishing certain special missions. While gear will be tuned to whatever Javelin suit you currently have equipped, you’ll occasionally find pieces of gear for other Javelins you’ve unlocked.

Players will have to lock in to one Javelin suit for each mission, since suits can’t be changed in mid-mission, but changing Javelin loadouts and skills is possible, presumably back at your base or at the hub world in between missions. Players will also have an inventory to pick up and organize gear in the field.

Anthem is currently set to release for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on February 22nd, 2019.

Source: Mark Darrah

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Anthem sounds like it will be pretty player-friendly when it comes to loot

One of the creators of Anthem has been busy answering all of fans' questions.

By Emma Schaefer | 06/26/2018 01:00 PM PT

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BioWare showed off more of Anthem at this year’s E3, but there’s still a lot we don’t know. Thankfully, one of the game’s producers has started answering fans’ questions.

Executive producer Mike Darrah has been active on Twitter recently, and though his answers are brief, they give us a peek into what we’ll see in the final game.

For one, players will be able to have multiple Freelancers—the main characters who pilot the Javelin suits—per account, and won’t be locked in to one character. However, it seems that progress won’t carry over between different Freelancers. According to Darrah, the level of gear dropped will be based on your Freelancer’s overall level, letting players get good gear drops even when they’re using a Javelin suit they haven’t used much before. However, this implies that any secondary Freelancer characters you make with a lower level will get lower gear than your main Freelancer.

It should be easy to level up different Javelins using the same Freelancer, however, so players won’t have to worry about maintaining different Freelancers if they don’t want to. Each suit can be unlocked by finishing certain special missions. While gear will be tuned to whatever Javelin suit you currently have equipped, you’ll occasionally find pieces of gear for other Javelins you’ve unlocked.

Players will have to lock in to one Javelin suit for each mission, since suits can’t be changed in mid-mission, but changing Javelin loadouts and skills is possible, presumably back at your base or at the hub world in between missions. Players will also have an inventory to pick up and organize gear in the field.

Anthem is currently set to release for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on February 22nd, 2019.

Source: Mark Darrah

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About Emma Schaefer

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Emma’s early gaming was mostly done in secret, as the only gamer in a family of normal people. She still retains skills from this dark period in her life, such as the ability to teleport instantly across the house away from the computer, and holds a gold medal in the Olympic sport of “Hide the Gameboy.” Sorry, Mom, now you know. Find her on Twitter @Emma4EGM