Legendary Contracts in Anthem to Offer Dynamic, Repeatable Endgame Content

Anthem is the biggest title to look forward to in 2019 and BioWare has been busy giving out details about Anthem from how the loot system works, single player space, to the strongholds. The endgame seems to be filled with content as Lead producer Michael Gamble has now revealed what Legendary Contracts in Anthem are and how they work.

A confused user on Twitter went on to ask Michael Gamble about the “Legendary Contracts” in Anthem. Gamble replied by saying that these “Legendary Contracts are repeatable, dynamic, endgame content which takes you out into the world to satisfy certain objectives. They are hella difficult. Though the (Non-legendary) Contracts are given to you earlier as an attempt to train you.”

It’s yet to be seen that how much dynamic these “Legendary Contracts” will be in Anthem. They could turn out to be similar to what we saw in Monster Hunter World. This means that these contracts will have exclusive rewards and will need to be completed in a certain period of time if similar to other games.

In other Anthem news, a demo version of the game will available soon. For those who can’t wait, an Anthem VIP demo will be available to those who have pre-ordered the game. Pre-ordering and playing Anthem demo will also get you some exclusive in-game items on the release date. This VIP demo of Anthem will be available starting on January 25 and will end on 27.

If you haven’t pre-ordered Anthem then don’t worry as BioWare is going to release an open demo for all so everyone can try out the latest game and see how the mechanics work and what makes it different from the likes of Destiny. This public demo of Anthem will be available on 1st February.

Though keep in mind that any progress that you make in Anthem Beta will not be transferred to the full game. BioWare is doing this because the demo players will not be able to start at the beginning of the story. The demo allows you to play through level 10 to 15. Anthem PC requirements have been also revealed which you should check out below before you start playing.

Anthem PC Requirements

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-3570 or AMD FX-6350
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Video Card: Nvidia GTX 970 4GB, AMD R9 390 8GB
  • Hard Drive: At least 60 GB of free space

Also, this Anthem demo will not be the final build so don’t panic if you face some bugs and glitches. Mike Gamble said that most things in the game will be the same, however.

In other news, if you pre-order Anthem from GameStop, you will receive an exclusive skin called Edge of Resolve Vinyl. Keep in mind that this is an exclusive offer from this retailer only and seems like this skin can be used on any Javelin in the game.

BioWare has also revealed that your single player space in Anthem will not be that much different from others.

Anthem will release on February 22, 2019, for Xbox One, PC and PS4.