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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:32pm 04/03/19 | 0 Comments
Without the need for a new patch or client update, BioWare has rolled out a hotfix that aims to address one of the main issues with the random nature of the various loot drops. The hotfix which went live over the weekend ensures that "items will no longer have inscriptions on them that are not appropriate for that specific item."

Which is definitely welcome and a step in the right direction for Anthem. The hotfix also addressed the crafting requirements for creating Masterwork gear - in that they were way too high. With the required Masterwork Embers dropping down from 25 to 15, this will ensure that players who have reached the level cap will now be able to at least craft one of piece of high level gear without the need to grind for hours.

An additional update that will remove low-tier loot from Level 30 play is still on the cards.

Of course, this is only the beginning - with players still wanting to see BioWare address more of the unnecessary roadblocks in obtaining or unlocking high-level stuff in the game. Really though it comes down to Anthem's current lack of a meaningful and engaging endgame, where almost all daily, weekly, and monthly challenges are simple checklists of activities.

Here's hoping that the planned Act 1 rollout beginning this month addresses this key issue.



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