Alliance System Explained in Anthem
Anthem is out and players from all over are soaring through the air in their customized javelins. Cosmetics are a big part of the Anthem experience and buying new armor sets of suit textures can help you stand out from other players. Getting coin can be done in a few different ways, but one of the easiest ways to get coin is through the Alliance System. Here’s how the Alliance System works in Anthem.
These coins can be used in the in-game store for a myriad of different things including armor, textures, vinyl decals, and emotes. So be sure to save up your coin or better yet, make the most of the Alliance System.
How the Alliance System Works
The Alliance System will net players bonus coin and experience for playing with other players. After every mission, your experience will get a small increase per additional player you are with.
This experience goes towards your main level but also is added to a separate leveling system. The Alliance System has a set of tiers, which players level up with experience points. Each time they advance a level they are given coin as a reward, but that’s not where it starts and end.
The Importance of Friends
Every week this system takes your native friends list from whatever platform you are on and adds them to the pot. The more your friends play, with or without you, will add to your weekly coin reward. So it pays off to have a lot of friends playing Anthem because every week you’ll get a decent chunk of coins.
The Alliance System resets every week, which allows you to level up those tiers and earn more coins instantly.
Outside of this, the system is fairly hands off. The more you and your friends play, the more money you’ll earn from this system in the background. It doesn’t really require anything else from the player, which is nice.
Well, that’s all you need to know about the Alliance System in Anthem. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our Anthem Wiki.