New official Anthem trailer focuses on story, progression and customization

Electronic Arts and DICE have released a new trailer for Anthem that focuses on its story, progression and customization. Now we’ve seen lately a lot of gameplay videos for Anthem but I’m pretty sure that some will be interested solely on official videos (that potentially don’t spoil anything).

In Anthem, up to four players explore and battle in a dangerous, mysterious place populated by great characters and a unique BioWare story. Players will also create stories of their own while they play, so no two journeys are the same. Javelin exosuits make their pilots powerful heroes in the world, with awesome weapons and incredible special abilities that allow for combat and exploration in a hostile environment. Players will be able to customize and personalize their suits with unique paint jobs and gear so they’ll have the right tools to confront almost any situation, and look good doing it.

Electronic Arts has stated that a VIP demo will be available on January 25th and the same demo will be open to everyone on February 1st. Now while progress will not be carried over the final version, these demos will be perfect representatives of the experience that gamers will have with the full game.

Anthem releases on February 22nd and DICE announced recently that the game will support NVIDIA’s DLSS tech (though we don’t know yet whether it will be supported at launch or not).

Enjoy!

This Is Anthem | Gameplay Series, Part 1: Story, Progression, and Customization

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