Anthem End-game Guide: Hear me, freelancer?

Anthem is here for 2 weeks now. It is time to explain the end game content. In this guide, we will be explaining to you how to get high tier end-game gear and how to do a lot of damage with your javelins. So, let’s start to our Anthem End-Game Guide.

Anthem End-game Guide

First off, let’s begin with end-game content. We all know that Anthem will not have any raids. Instead, we will get more Strongholds, which is 4 player instances to help you gear up. So far, the game has three strongholds which are Tyrant Mine, Temple of Scar and Hearth of Rage. Until you reach the end-game, you can only access Tyrant Mine. After level 30, you can play Temple of Scar and Heart of Rage.

In order to get high gear from these Strongholds, you need to play the on Grandmaster Difficulties. After you finish the main storyline, the game gives you many quests to expand the end game. The biggest difference is Grandmaster difficulty settings. Grandmaster difficult has three separate levels. Grandmaster 1, 2 and 3. Each level offers more rewards but becomes a hundred percent harder. After your javelin becomes 400 gear level, you are able to do Grandmaster I easily. Also, 475+ to Grandmaster II and 500 to Grandmaster III.

Anthem End-Game Guide

These difficulties are your best chance to get good masterwork items and if you are lucky enough, legendaries. Other than Strongholds, Legendary Contracts are also very helpful at the start of the end-game. Each Legendary Contract has at least one guaranteed Masterwork item drop. These are the core elements to gear up in Anthem.

Now let’s start on how to build your Javelin. Each Javelin has its unique playstyle. That is why you need to be careful about building your Javelin. Components are your best friends in Anthem. In order to do some good damage to your enemies and carry your team, you have to choose your Components carefully.

Anthem End-Game Guide

Recommended Storm Build:

Storm is the best AoE character in the game. You can make things really easy for your teammates. That is why we suggest that Ice Storm for your Blast Seal and Burning Orb for your Focus Seal is the best way to play Storm. You can use:

– Ice Inscription (Increases ice damage and ice effect),
– Elemental Conduit (Increases elemental damage and decreases physical damage)
– Elemental Empowerment (Increases gear recharge rate and lower gear damage)

as Components.

Anthem End-Game Guide

Recommended Colossus Build:

Colossus is the second-best on AoE damage. With high crowd control, every party needs a Colossus to lead the way. We suggest that Lightning Coil for Ordinance Launcher and Flamethrower for Heavy Assault Launchers is the best way to play Colossus. You can use:

– Colossus Combo Augment (Increases combo damage.)
– Overclocked Regulator (Increases electric and fire damage.)
– Structural Reinforcement (Increases javelin shield by a large amount.)
– Guardian Insignia (Increase duration of support abilities.)

as Components.

Hear me, freelancer?

Recommended Ranger Build:

Ranger is the best Javelin to do Single-target damage to your enemies. You can think of it as the most standard class in Anthem. We suggest that: Frost Grenade for Grenade and Pulse Blast for Assault Gear is the best way to deal Single-target damage. You can use:

– Assault Augment (Increases assault launcher damage.)
– Grenadier Inscription (İncreases grenade recharge rate.)
– Convergence Core (Increases impact damage and decreases blast damage.)

As Components.

Anthem End-Game Guide

Recommended Interceptor Build:

If you like to play close-range combat, Interceptor should be your number one choice. This builds combines close-range combat and AoE at the same time. You need Venom Bomb for Assault System and Tempest Strike for Strike System. You can use:

– Blade Inscription (Increases interceptor melee damage.)
– Amphibious Augment (Increases acid damage, oxygen capacity, and acid resistance)
– Strike System Augment (İncreases strike system damage.)
– Interceptor Combo Augment (Increases aura combo pulse rate.)

As Components.

Murat Oktay

Video games have been my passion for as long as I can remember. I have been writing and managing in the game industry for more than 30 years. I've been playing Diablo 2 nonstop since it first came out.

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