If you play the VIP pre-launch demo and want to play again in the next pre-launch demo, there's no need to uninstall and reinstall Anthem.
The Anthem demo comes to an end at 2am on Monday, January 28.
"Your first chance to get your hands on Anthem starts January 25, 2019 with the VIP Demo", EA explains. Anthem is an always online game, so you'll need an internet connection to play either demo, as well as Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation Plus if you're planning on playing on Xbox One or PS4. Doing any of these nets you access to the Anthem demo first. This should be the same size of the free demo slated for February 1 too. The studio has a few more surprises ahead of launch, however, like news that the game will have a social hub.
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Those looking to try out Anthem have a prime opportunity coming up, as EA is hosting a VIP demo for the game this coming weekend.
I have to admit, this is damn impressive that BioWare has seemingly added a feature in the game that was requested by the community even before the game launched, and not patched in post-launch.
However, if you want to jump in as soon as possible, you might want to consider downloading the game demo TODAY. There's a single story mission with the ability for players to explore the sprawling game world at their leisure.
The economy is different than the final game. PC players have no such requirement. While you can pre-install it now, the earliest you can begin playing is tomorrow Friday, January 25, but only if you are a VIP. And the story itself will unfold over time based on how you play the game.