It’s hard not to compare Anthem to Destiny 2 just by the nature of what both games are trying to be. More to the point, though, it seems like the developers want that comparison to be made, especially with the recent announcement on Twitter that Anthem will have matchmaking for its endgame raids. You needn’t have a dedicated progression group; just rely on matchmaking to form a group for you and coordinate accordingly.
Of course, you can endlessly speculate about whether that means Anthem raiding content will be harder or easier than that in other titles as a result, along with asking whether or not Destiny 2 content is really hard enough to justify the lack of matchmaking. It’s like the arguments are pre-sealed for your convenience! You can also start one about the fact that the game will not feature any loot trading, so it’s probably a good thing that any loot drops will be weighted for what you’re playing at the time.
— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) September 29, 2018
No trading. Most loot drops will be for the Javelin you are currently using but you will get others at a lower rate https://t.co/aOhhsxtDdN
— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) September 27, 2018