Anthem, which is intended to form the basis of an entirely new brand, will not be launched this year - despite the original statements
EA Games is in impressive swing, with revenue growing in the past year, expecting a continuum of further financial successes in the near future and a share price that breaks past records (Maybe there is a connection to rumors from Microsoft?) - but nonetheless it will have to make do without launching a new title in 2018 from one of its leading keys, BioWare, It seems.
Anthem, the studio's next big game that gave us Baldur's Gate, Knights of the Old Republic, Mass Effect and Dragon Age, was unveiled in June 2017 as part of an exhibition E3 The big one and gained considerable interest - both because it is a new product based on a completely fresh idea and not just another episode in an existing and familiar series, and also because it is a mass online game style reminiscent of Destiny 2, which includes futuristic weapons and impressive jet suits.
The original plan was to launch Anthem for PCs and PlayStation 4 and consolesXbox One During 2018, but now we have received official approval from the distributor - and although we know that BioWare is also working on another title in the Dragon Age series, the fact that it has not even been officially revealed so far leads us to estimate that BioWare will take advantage of the coming year in favor of Development And polishing, after the considerable disappointment recorded in Mass Effect: Andromeda launched last year.
We would not object to a taste of Anthem as early as this year, but we can certainly appreciate companies that are willing to postpone a painful launch at the financial level in order to ultimately provide a better quality product to players - hopefully this is what will happen here in the end, From the past. Do you agree with us? Let's share in the comments.