Anthem is Getting Slick Mass Effect Armor

Anthem is Getting Slick Mass Effect Armor

Looking good.

Anthem got in on a little N7 Day celebration by revealing a new N7 armor that will be available in BioWare's upcoming online-service game.

Anthem producer Mike Gamble posted a picture of an Interceptor class Javelin armor sporting the iconic red, white, and black N7 colors and it looks pretty sleek. We know armor customization is a big deal in Anthem and it looks like these kinds of crossover armors aren't off the table. Could we expect a real Iron Man armor in Anthem?

PCGamesN noted that BioWare previously revealed an N7 armor for a Ranger class Javelin, suggesting that the N7 armor won't be limited to one Javelin class.

Yesterday during BioWare's N7 day celebration video the company announced that an Xbox One X patch for Mass Effect: Andromeda was now available. But the company also teased that the future is bright for Mass Effect, even though the series has taken a break so BioWare can focus on Anthem.

You can check out our interview with BioWare about Anthem here or read everything we know about Anthem in our guide.

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