Find out how the Alliance System in Anthem works through this guide! This includes a breakdown on what the Alliance System is, leveling up tiers, and the rewards you get from it!
Ways to Earn Alliance XP
Complete Critical Missions & Side Missions
Clearing Critical Mission and Side Missions will net you the highest XP per expedition. It's more efficient to complete them for XP than go for Stronghold missions or Free Play.Check Out All Critical Mission Walkthrough
Redo Missions in Quick Play
Completed Critical Missions are available to be played again in Quick Play! This a good way to farm Alliance XP as completing these missions again will give you the same amount of XP as you got the first time.
Play Higher Difficulty Missions
You'll earn more XP the higher the difficulty of the mission you're doing is. Play higher difficulty missions for more XP, but make sure you can handle the challenge they pose.
What Do You Get From Your Alliance?
Get Coins for Leveling Up Alliance Tiers
Players will immediately earn Coins whenever they rank up their Alliance Tiers. Each Tier has a corresponding Coin Reward that goes up the higher the Tier is.
Weekly Coin Reward Based on Top 5 Friends
Every Monday, Players will receive a Coin Reward depending on their Tier and the Tiers of the Top 5 players on their Friends List. The closer you are to their tiers, the more Coins you'll receive.
Check Weekly Alliance Status with Lucky Jak
You can check your Weekly Alliance Progress from Lucky Jax in Fort Tarsis. Interact with the scales on his table to be able to see your Weekly Alliance Status, Top 5 Contributing Friends, and your Tier.
What is the Alliance System?
Earn Rewards for You & Your Friends by Playing
Alliance XP is earned by playing and completing Expeditions. Players will earn the same amount of Alliance XP as the XP they earned during the mission.Check Out the Beginner's Guide Here
Alliance is Based on Player's Friend List
Players found in your Friends List will immediately be added to your Alliance. Players will start contributing to the Alliance upon being added as friends!
Does Not Require Players to Play at the Same Time
Althrough the Alliance System is based on the Friends List, it does not require players to play together to earn Alliance XP. You're free to playing on your own or with different people and still earn Alliance XP.
Players with Empty Friends List will Still Have an Alliance
Even with an empty or lacking Friends List, players can still benefit from the Alliance System. Instead of Friends, the Alliance will be be based on the contribution and Tiers of the players they have recently played with.