Anthem game is out today on PS4, Xbox One and PCs.
Anthem game is the latest title from EA and BioWare, and sees players jumping into mech-suits to battle with friends online against fearsome monsters.
Anthem is one of the biggest releases of 2019 so far and to mark the big release date Express.co.uk has rounded up some key information for fans.
We have details on where you can get Anthem on the PS4 and Xbox One cheapest as well as the latest Metacritic review news and scores.
ANTHEM GAME – WHERE CAN I GET ANTHEM GAME ON PS4 AND XBOX ONE CHEAPEST?
At the time of writing the cheapest place to get a physical copy of Anthem on the PS4 and Xbox One is The Game Collection.
Anthem on the PS4 at The Game Collection is priced at £42.95 and comes with free standard UK delivery.
While if you’re an Xbox One fan you can also get a physical version of Anthem for £42.95.
This also comes with free UK delivery and both orders will net you 420 reward points at The Game Collection.
ANTHEM GAME – WHERE CAN I GET ANTHEM GAME CHEAPEST ON PC?
If you’re a PC user and you’re happy getting a digital code for Anthem game then CDKeys is your best bet.
You can get Anthem game digitally for £35.49 – a saving of 35 per cent.
ANTHEM GAME – ARE REVIEWS IN FOR ANTHEM GAME? WHAT IS THE LATEST METACRITIC SCORE?
At the time of writing Anthem has a Metacritic rating of 62 per cent based on 18 reviews.
The highest score was given by Everyeye.it who rated Anthem as 76 per cent – while the lowest rating came from The Guardian.
In a two out of five stars review, The Guardian said: “Anthem has been built to serve its audience long-term, so it is probable that the game will improve in the coming months.
“An exhaustive list of technical hitches are due to be fixed imminently, for instance.
“But even where it is strongest, Anthem rarely stretches beyond the derivative.
“The combat, while well-designed, is little more than Gears of War with jetpacks, and narratively it veers between inconsequential and downright irritating.
“This anthem is, sadly, a tedious and conservative dirge that we’ve all heard before.”
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