Anthem Classes, Mission Types And More Revealed

Anthem Classes, Mission Types And More Revealed

As humanity is fractured, it struggles to live on in harsh, unforgiving environments that they can navigate only with exosuits called Javelins. Community response to EA's decision resulted in the publisher backtracking on the extent to which additional paid add-ons would affect the player's experience in "Battlefront II" and future titles.

EA have announced BioWare's action role-playing game Anthem will be released February 22, 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The single-player story will not sacrifice the multiplayer experience said EA and the game will not have any lootboxes or premium upgrades which give players an unfair advantage. Put on your Javelin suit, boost out into the wilderness, and you can team up with other players again. The primary antagonists in the game, a faction about whom we know little more than its name (the Dominion), have learned how to manipulate the Anthem in their pursuit of conquering the world.

Then came the not so secret news that Battlefield would be following the trend of 2018 and releasing a Battle Royale mode after launch.

The sprawling action-RPG is now in development for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One, and proudly flexed its muscles at EA Play this evening.

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This will no doubt be comforting to those interested in Anthem, especially the ones that spotted the Mass Effect-themed Javelin skin during the presentation.

Battlefield 5 will be another big game featured during EA Play, whiel Respawn Entertainment have also teased that one of their new projects will be teased during the show. And we're happy to see that it looks like its sequel will be exactly the same. We discuss the conference as a whole including the lack of any noteworthy reveals while also giving our early takes on Anthem based on what we've seen so far.

The game has been announced to release February 22, 2019. Lead Producer Mike Gamble told Game Informer that players will still be able to build relationships but without the romantic slant. AI-controlled cohorts are one of the main reasons they love other BioWare games and since Anthem lacks that, they are majorly apprehensive about the game.