EA has confirmed that it is made “some notable adjustments to the loot drop fee” in Anthem.
Whilst solely divulging that the adjustments have been coming to “particular situations”, the short-n-sweet replace on the official web site confirmed the server-side replace (which suggests you do not have to obtain or apply it to your native system) would instantly increase the probabilities of top-tier gear drops on the recreation’s highest issue ranges… in addition to some enhancements for the toughest enemies on any issue setting, too.
“In the most recent server-side replace, we have made some notable adjustments to the loot drop fee in particular situations, which is able to take impact instantly in a server-side tuning replace,” EA mentioned. “These adjustments embrace: Masterwork & Legendary drop charges have been elevated for Grandmaster 2 and Grandmaster 3 issue ranges, and Masterwork & Legendary drop charges have been elevated for more durable enemies in any respect issue ranges. This consists of: Legendary Ancient Ash Titan, Elite Ancient Ash Titan, Legendary Fury, Legendary Ursix and Legendary Luminary.”
And… effectively, that is it, actually. Told you it was a short-n-sweet replace.
Of course, some insist loot does not matter anyway, as a devoted Anthem fan not too long ago tried to show through the facility of maths.
In a submit on the Anthem subreddit titled Power-Scaling: Why Loot Doesn’t Matter Anymore (Math), person TermperHoof analysed the facility scaling system added with the current patch 1.0.3 and located “enjoying the sport as meant will solely lead to diminishing returns, nugatory inscriptions, ineffective parts, and pointless weapons”.
BioWare is at the moment combating to maintain the embattled Anthem alive. “Anthem is right here to remain,” group supervisor Jesse “Darokaz” Anderson wrote in an impassioned reddit submit earlier this week. “Do we now have quite a lot of work to do to repair components of the sport? Yes, and the crew is dedicated to creating enhancements and releasing new content material.”
BioWare’s open-world sci-fi shooter is on the market now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.