Anthem Pre-Order Bonuses Announced, Two Retail Editions With In-Game Bonuses

Here's what you'll get with your Anthem pre-order.

Anthem, a new shared-world action RPG from BioWare is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC on February 22, 2019. Today, BioWare announced both the release date as well as pre-order bonuses for the upcoming BioWare RPG along with two editions for retail.

Anthem will have both a Standard Edition and Legion of Dawn special edition for purchase. If you pre-order the standard version, you will get:

  • A VIP Demo
  • In-game Founder's banner
  • An unnamed legendary weapon
  • Legion of Dawn Ranger Javelin Armor

The special, Legion of Dawn edition will come with even more digital bonuses including:

  • Legion of Dawn Javelin armor full set for all classes
  • Ranger Javelin gear attachment
  • Digital OST
  • Everything from the Standard Edition pre-order

Anthem is BioWare is a fully live RPG, but not necessarily an MMO. Players will experience the world of Anthem together but will be able to play and advance their characters solo. You can see the new story trailer for Anthem above which details the Freelancers' battle against evil space gods

For more on EA's Play event at E3 2018 check out our EA Play recap with all the latest news and announcements. Also check out our E3 2018 guide for the full news recap coming this week.

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