Howdy Freelancers! It’s become apparent that there are some glitches out there which will allow you to make your Storm Javelin invincible, and increase its damage levels by crazy amounts. However, I think a little warning is required here, because anyone using these glitches is going to get seriously punished by Bioware.

Invincibility Glitch

A user over on Reddit discovered that it’s possible to glitch the Storm Javelin into being invincible. The method is pretty simple; 1) Ensure you’re Ultimate ability is ready, 2) Trigger the Ultimate and then immediately swap weapons.

The method will cancel your Ultimate but instantly restore shields and health on the Javelin, it will also fully cool the jetpack. It’s unclear right now as to whether this invincibility is long-lasting, but it definitely works for restoring health, shields, and the jetpack cooldown in that moment.

Damage Glitch

This one was also posted on Reddit, and again it’s quite simple. It works on the basis that damage scales with average item level. If you create a new Javelin with no support items however, it doesn’t count them and boosts the damage you deal immensely.

Why Not to Use These Glitches

You might have heard of a streamer named Gladd. Honestly I think he’s quite good, and I know a lot of other people do too. But he used an exploit in one stream, and a video I believe, showing his viewers how they can farm loads and loads of loot.

As you can see from the video I linked to his name, Gladd was banned from playing Anthem for a little while because of the exploits he used. He broke terms of service, which is what you’ll be doing if you use these glitches.

The best thing to do with glitches like these is to report them to EA. That way you ensure you’re protected because you’re the one bringing it to their attention. With that said they must be aware of it by now because it’s being reported everywhere.

At the end of the day you might not get banned, but EA have inventive ways of tracking whether you’re glitching the game or not. I wouldn’t risk it, and suggest you do the same if you don’t want to risk having a game you spent around £40 on being completely useless because of your own actions. There’s no way you’d be able to justify EA enabling your account again, and no one will help you because you broke the terms of service you’ve already agreed to by starting the game.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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