BioWare has announced that Anthem Next, an overhaul that would have revamped many of Anthem's core gameplay systems, has been cancelled and that Anthem is effectively being left in the dust. Here's why I'm sad to see Anthem fade away.
Anthem on high settings is quite a demanding game for PCs to handle, and a quality processor can ultimately be the difference-maker when it comes to performance. Here's the processor we recommend for Anthem.
Many months ago, rumors were floating around that BioWare was planning a massive overhaul of Anthem. It's no secret that the game's launch didn't go smoothly. Not only was there a convoluted and incomplete story, but the performance on consoles was terrible.
According to a new report from Jason Schreier, a reputable journalist at Kotaku, BioWare is now planning to completely overhaul Anthem, though the studio isn't exactly sure how yet. From the same report, development of a new Mass Effect game has begun.
Anthem launched on Xbox One and other platforms many months ago, and has since not been able to captivate players. Aside from the performance issues and restrictive missions, there just isn't a lot to do that doesn't feel repetitive. There isn't even a player vs. player mode like the Destiny franchise. Despite the fact that there have been few high-profile departures from BioWare, the...
Anthem hasn't had the easiest time lately. The game launched in a somewhat broken state and even its latest Cataclysm event hasn't been well-received by gamers. Despite that, it remains an enjoyable game for a dozen hours or so. Now, it's available through EA Access.
Ben Irving, the lead producer on Anthem, is leaving BioWare after having worked there for several years. Irving previously worked on expansions for Star Wars: The Old Republic before working on Anthem.
Anthem is a third-person shooter which was supposed to compete with established titles like Destiny 2, but due to its lack of content, performance issues, and broken loot system, it failed to gain much traction. In an effort to revive the game, developer BioWare recently released a "Cataclysm" update on all platforms. Unfortunately, it's not going according to plan.
Amazon Prime Day 2019 is almost here, but that hasn't stopped the retailer — and its competitors — from discounting certain games early. Today, Amazon and Best Buy discounted Anthem: Legion of Dawn Edition to just $15. That's not all though, Kingdom Hearts III is also $20 at Best Buy at the moment.
Anthem is a third-person shooter which was supposed to compete with established titles like Destiny 2, but due to its lack of content, performance issues, and broken loot system, it failed to gain much traction.
Anthem was supposed to be BioWare’s comeback. After Mass Effect: Andromeda was panned by critics and consumers alike, the developer needed to prove that it was still capable of producing stellar games. Unfortunately, Anthem proved to be a failure.
BioWare released a new Anthem patch yesterday, but some horrible news accompanied the patch notes. Instead of releasing new content, the team will try to fix the game instead. However, it’s unclear how long that will take.
Anthem launched on Xbox One and PC a few months ago, but was panned by critics for its convoluted story and basic looter shooter gameplay. BioWare wants to turn this around so it’s hard at work on patches.
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