“Destiny 2” may have just launched a few months ago, but considering the dire state of that game, many players (and others) are looking ahead to the 2019 release of “Anthem,” a new game from Bioware that bears many similarities to Bungie’s sci-fi shooter franchise.
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“Destiny” is all about killing aliens in beautiful, otherworldly environments with your friends (or random people you meet online). “Anthem” seems to have a similar gist.
In “Anthem,” your character is what’s known as a “Freelancer.” Bioware calls them “the heroes that leave the safety of the walls of Fort Tarsus, to explore the unknown and protect humanity.”
This sounds similar to “Destiny”: In that game, your character is known as a Guardian — a chosen warrior tasked with protecting the last city on Earth.
In “Anthem,” players get an array of exosuits called Javelins, which provide superhuman abilities. They’re also heavily customizable, so you can look and play how you want.
Similarly, in “Destiny,” a big aspect of the game is customizing the armor and weaponry of your character, which you collect from completing missions and various activities.
Source:: Businessinsider – Technology