Anthem Endgame Loot Gets Better, More Changes On The Way
The folks over at BioWare have an undeniably long road to getting Anthem to where it needs to be, with the developer recently releasing an apologetic statement admitting that there’s plenty that still needs to be done to meet the expectation of the player base. One recent point of contention has been the underwhelming loot drops in the current endgame content, and now BioWare has announced a new update that should help boost the drop rate of higher tiered items.
The news comes by way of the Anthem subreddit, wherein the developer posted the details of a now live update that makes some “notable changes” to the drop rates of Masterwork & Legendary tier items. The update also changes the drop rates for items dropped by harder enemies at all difficulty levels. The details can be seen below:
These changes include:
Masterwork & Legendary drop rates have been increased for Grandmaster 2 and Grandmaster 3 difficulty levels.
Masterwork & Legendary drop rates have been increased for harder enemies at all difficulty levels. This includes: Legendary Ancient Ash Titan, Elite Ancient Ash Titan, Legendary Fury, Legendary Ursix, and Legendary Luminary.
Additionally, the post states that “the team is planning to make significant changes to loot in the coming months,” and that the most recent update is just one of many incremental changes that will be coming to directly address player feedback. Here’s hoping that BioWare’s attentiveness will help see a turnaround for what is honestly a promising live service game.
Anthem is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. My full review of the game can be found right here.
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