Even though the online multiplayer action role-playing title ‘Anthem’ was released only a bit more than a year ago, it’s already awaiting a significant overhaul that will be made by Bioware. The chief of the company himself brought the big announcement that ‘Anthem’ is getting a remake version.
Christian Daley, the Austin Studio Director of Bioware, brings us some new details in a blog post, and he says that he has drawn inspiration from monitoring feedback provided by the players. Daley further explains within his post:
“The Anthem incubation team has kicked off and we are starting to validate our design hypotheses. Incubation is a term we use internally – it essentially means we are going back and experimenting/prototyping to improve on the areas where we believe we fell short and to leverage everything that you love currently about Anthem. We are a small team – about 30-ish, earning our way forward as we set out to hit our first major milestone goals. Spoiler – this is going to be a longer process. And yes, the team is small but the whole point of this is to take our time and go back to the drawing board. And a small team gives us the agility a larger one can’t afford.”
Within Anthem, the player gets to take part in a world left unfinished by the gods, and where humanity is severely threatened. By forging the Javelin Arsenal, the player can customize his playstyle as he wishes. He can choose from four Javelin exosuits and applying to them his own style. Anthem is a load of fun, as it’s also considered an open-world game.
Anthem was developed by Bioware and published by Electronic Arts. The online game was released on Fabruary 2019 for the usual platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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