minimum age according to Anthem
13+ minimum age according to Anthem

What is Anthem?

Anthem is an online multiplayer action role-playing video game published by Electronic Arts (EA). The game is set on a dystopian planet inhabited by monsters, mutants and destructive energies. You can control one of four ‘Freelancers’ fighting to defend the human race and stop villians from breaching the city walls. Freelancers wear one of four, customisable exo-suits called Javelins, which have different levels of strength, unique abilities and gaming style.

Anthem can be played in single or multi-player mode with teams of up to four people. The game also features on social and live streaming platforms like Twitch and Youtube.

Anthem is a paid game, with in-app purchase offered to players for extra loot and armour packs. Players can communicate by voice or text chat in Anthem and through third-party voice chat apps like Discord.

Platforms: PC, XBOX ONE, PS4. 
Anthem Companion App: Android, Apple iOS.

How do people use Anthem?

Learn more about the benefits and risks associated with how people use multiplayer action role-playing video games like Anthem.

Anthem is used for: gamingmessaging/online chatvoice chatonline relationships, screen capture and in-app purchasing.

How can you report inappropriate content or behaviour, block a player or request your data be removed?

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Last updated: 06/06/2024

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  • check the age rating and requirements
  • consider privacy
  • check the permissions and other settings
  • check the in-app reporting options.

If you are a parent or carer who is deciding whether a child should be allowed to use an online service or platform, you can also:

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  • help them understand what to do if they need help
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  • agree to some rules about use of each service or platform.

To find out more, you can read the App checklist for parents, as well as information about parental controls in social media, games and apps and mental wellbeing resources for families.