Anthem Challenges - Daily Reset Times, How to Get and Complete Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Challenges in Anthem

Anthem Challenges - Daily Reset Times, How to Get and Complete Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Challenges in Anthem

Here's your complete overview of Challenges in Anthem, as well as the Daily Challenge reset times worldwide.

Returning back for new content and tasks is a major factor in keeping a game like Anthem fresh, and there’ll be new Challenges doled out every day in Fort Tarsis. In this Anthem Challenges guide, we’ll be walking you through how to get new Challenges in Anthem every day, as well as taking a look at the global Anthem reset times, so you know when more tasks are going to become available.

But if you need help with anything relating to the wider world of Anthem, you can always head over to our complete Anthem guide. Here you can find not only a beginner’s guide to the new adventure from BioWare, but also a detailed overview of all four Javelin classes in the game.

Anthem Challenges

Challenges within Anthem are split up into three categories: Daily, Weekly, and Monthly. Daily Challenges are obviously the easiest of the bunch to complete, and usually revolve around completing weapon tasks, such as targeting the weak points of enemies a certain amount of times.

Meanwhile Weekly Challenges in Anthem nearly always revolve around completing a certain number of missions. We’ve seen an instance of ‘Complete 20 Missions’ as one of the Weekly Challenges in Anthem, and you can complete tasks like this by undertaking story missions, Stronghold missions, or by simply putting yourself into another team’s mission by matchmaking.

Finally, there’s the Monthly Challenges for Anthem. These are obviously the toughest to complete in the game, since BioWare anticipates you taking a fair while to complete them. At the current time, we’re not sure what the rewards are for undertaking a Monthly Challenge in Anthem, since a month hasn’t elapsed since the game launched.

As for where you’ll be acquiring these Challenges, look no further than the screenshot below. When you load back into Fort Tarsis after a mission, head forward, and then take the large wooden door on your right. Now head down the flight of stairs, and there’ll be a wooden desk in the following corridor on your left.

It’s here that you always need to check back on for the latest Challenges in Anthem. Keep in mind that you aren’t automatically given Challenge in BioWare’s game, so you’ll have to check back here every day to see the latest Daily Challenges that await you.

Anthem Daily Challenge Reset Times

But you’ll need to know when Challenges reset in Anthem, so you can head to the desk in Fort Tarsis and survey the new Daily Challenge. Just below, we’ve compiled a list of the global times at which Anthem’s Daily Challenges reset, meaning at the times below, you’ll always have a new Daily Challenge waiting for collection.

  • 4 a.m. PT
  • 7 a.m. ET
  • 12 p.m. BST
  • 1 p.m. CEST

As of right now, this is everything you need to know about collecting Challenges in Anthem’s Fort Tarsis. Since we’re now done here, you can head over to our Anthem DLC guide, or our Anthem Pilot level rewards guide for more.

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