We don’t yet know all of the content that will be available for Anthem, as previews thus far have showed off open-world questing and the dungeon equivalent known as Strongholds. We know that something raid-like will be coming, albeit post-launch. But it’s also going to apparently be more accessible to do all of this than you might have thought, as lead producer Ben Irving tweeted that the game will indeed feature matchmaking for every activity in the game.
The amount of coordination required for those activities and the overall challenge involved in the same is obviously not yet known, but it does mean that it should be easier to explore the game without requiring a static group, an absence that has been noted in the game’s obvious inspiration. This should be good news for people who like getting people into content and bad news for anyone who assumes that being able to slowly herd cats into a group is indicative of skill.
There is matchmaking for every activity in the game https://t.co/D32Ty8YCQ8
— Ben Irving (@BenIrvo) January 13, 2019