Somehow, 2019 is nearly upon us which means so are all of those major releases slated for the first quarter of the year. One of the most notable games in this window is BioWare and EA’s Anthem, which as of today has reached a major new milestone. BioWare’s Casey Hudson posted a new blog today on
BioWare has been doing a great job remaining visible and answering consumer questions, going as far as to hold weekly AMA’s about Anthem. This week, fans gleaned some new information from different members of the community, including re-affirmation of matchmaking, daily quests, and possible widescreen support. News comes directly from the Twitter accounts of BioWare’s Executive
During a panel at PAX East, Anthem Executive Producer Mark Darrah provided some clarifying information about how microtransactions will be implemented in the game. First of all, he explained that loot boxes will not be included at all. “There’s no loot boxes, so there’s no random [factor].” He continued to say that there will be some cosmetic items that
As BioWare’s Anthem‘s release grows closer and closer, questions continue to arise among the game’s fans, and Executive Producer Mark Darrah and Game Director Jonathan Warner keep trickling down new information on social media. We hear that Storm is likely to be the most vulnerable among the javelins. That being said it’s also the only one that gets a cape.
Like most online multiplayer games, BioWare’s Anthem is probably going to come with a certain degree of complexity, but Executive Producer Mark Darrah has been doing his best to answer many questions on Twitter. As he has done several times in the past, he just delivered another serving. Speaking of weapons, if you want to get
BioWare is continuing to trickle down information on its upcoming online action-RPG Anthem by way of Executive Producer Mark Darrah, who took to Twitter to answer questions from the fans. Interestingly, Darrah was asked whether there would be PvE content for groups larger than four players, and his response wasn’t completely negative, but simply a
BioWare’s upcoming online action RPG Anthem keeps drawing attention after the latest reveals, and Executive Producer Mark Darrah is continuing to provide information on a variety of topics related to the game. Interestingly, we learn that there are no distance limits between players in free play. You can be anywhere in the world, even far
Following the new reveal of BioWare’s upcoming action RPG Anthem at EA Play in June, fans are still asking the development team many questions, and Executive Producer Mark Darrah and Game Director Jonathan Warner are doing their best to answer as many as possible on Twitter. We learn that players will be able to explore Fort Tarsis, and
BioWare has seen a lot of familiar faces come and go over the years, but as of yesterday, the studio is seeing another major departure. James Ohlen, a veteran designer and creative director at BioWare, announced that after 22 years of working with the company he has retired. “After 22 years I have retired from
Anthem‘s presentation at EA Play 2018 generated a lot of questions among the fans, and Executive Producer Mark Darrah and Lead Producer Michael Gamble have been responding many on Twitter. We learn that while players start with a Ranger javelin, they will then be able to choose in which order they unlock the other suits afterward.
One of the most iconic element of BioWare’s upcoming game Anthem is the Javelin suits that our characters are going to wear. In order to be able to show off the suits at EA Play just before E3, Electronic Arts and BioWare had the suits constructed by Toronto-based Henchmen Studios, and they certainly did an amazing
BioWare has been known for its outstanding storytelling. From games like Mass Effect, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and Dragon Age, the Canadian developer has created some of the best stories in video games. However, some would say that had come to a halt when Mass Effect: Andromeda hit store shelves last year:
Going into E3 2018, one of the titles that I’m sure many have been looking forward to has been BioWare’s Anthem, and EA certainly delivered on that front with our most extensive look at the game yet. Coming from the house that delivered us immersive, narrative-driven games that have redefined the last generation of stories in
EA kicked off the E3 2018 festivities yesterday by once again hosting their own event separate from E3 in Hollywood. Before opening the event to fans and media alike for the next three days, the publisher hosted a conference to showcase some of their most noteworthy titles like Anthem, Unravel Two, and Battlefield V. Michael Ruiz and yours
If you watched EA’s showcase event earlier this morning live from Hollywood, then there’s a good chance that you may have been tuning in to see Bioware’s upcoming title Anthem. While the game looked gorgeous in its new trailer, EA recently released a new set of screenshots for the game that further highlights the beautiful graphics. Most
Anthem from developer BioWare is easily one of the most anticipated new titles that will be shown during EA’s portion of E3, and ahead of E3 2018 kicking off just over a week from now, the publisher has revealed what to expect from its showcase for the title, alongside a new teaser. EA published a
Today Bioware General Manager Casey Hudson posted on the official site of the studio to talk about the upcoming game Anthem. First of all, we learn that the game will be showcased live at EA Play in June, so we’re soon going to get a sizable taste of what it’ll look like. According to Hudson since Anthem is
Mass Effect Andromeda has been for many a major disappointment. While I did not find it to be a bad game per-se It certainly failed to live up to the legacy of the franchise. The lack of a story DLC exploring the fate of the Quarians was also a point of discussion among many fans, so
Hardcore fans of Bioware are likely familiar with Drew Karpyshyn, who has served as one of the main writers on past titles like Mass Effect 2 and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. After leaving the studio a few years ago, Karpyshyn had returned to help write for Bioware’s newest project Anthem. This past week though, Karpyshyn announced
During Electronic Arts’ quarterly earnings conference call, Chief Executive Officer Andrew Wilson talked more about the situation of Anthem’s development at BioWare. Wilson mentioned that Anthem is “tracking well” on its development milestones, and and the publisher is “really confident” about the ship date. We also hear that the new release window isn’t considered a
During the UBS Global Technology Conference 2017 in San Francisco, Electronic Arts Chief Financial Officer Blake Jorgensen talked about Bioware’s Anthem and EA Motive’s upcoming action game. Jorgensen mentioned that Electronic Arts is trying to bring up great new titles that could turn into franchises. As an example of that, he brought up BioWare’s Anthem.