Howdy Freelancers! If you haven’t noticed, EA have published an update to the information they have available on the upcoming VIP early access demo for Anthem. This information is pretty important, because it may require you to either do something quick to ensure you’re playing on the 25th of January, or simple keep an eye out for a download.
A fan request over on the Anthem subreddit has sparked quite the conversation regarding what user BlueFlared1 is calling the ‘Black Market’. This request, while not an actual feature request for the final version of Anthem, is seriously interesting nonetheless. BlueFlared1 posted it right towards the end of 2018, but the feature has since made its way back up to the front page of the subreddit and is drawing a lot of attention. So let’s have a look at how this feature would work.
Howdy Freelancers and happy new year 2019! It’s been a long ride waiting for Anthem but we’re finally just 50 days out from the game’s full release. We’re probably going to start seeing a lot more details emerge over the next few weeks as February and the demos creep up on us, but we’ve already gleamed loads from one location in particular.
Howdy Freelancers! While scanning through the various profiles and websites hosting excitement for Anthem, I came across one fan in particular who’s been doing something incredible.
Howdy Freelancers! In the most recent trailer for Anthem we got a glimpse at the precursors to those piloting Javelins in the current day of the game. You Freelancers! But who were the Legion of Dawn? What were they about, and why did they create the first Javelins? Let’s explore the lore, but first check out the trailer below.
Anthem looks like it’s going to be a really fantastic game. I’ve been getting more and more into it as time goes by and Bioware reveal more about it, but it was more of a general feeling as opposed to specific things I liked. So I’ve pushed myself here and figured out 5 reasons why I’m excited about Anthem.
Howdy Freelancers! I’ve been lurking around the various places where the Anthem community hang out, mainly the developer streams and the subreddit. What I’ve seen there is a lot of really awesome people pooling their enthusiasm for Anthem, but also a fair amount of talk about how to play Anthem early.
Howdy Freelancers! That name, Freelancer, is going to mean more and more to me, and a lot of us, as we head into 2019. That’s why I’ve started That Guy Who Plays Anthem.