The Infinite Gaming Sale is currently taking place on Origin, featuring discounts on games like Need for Speed Payback, The Sims 4, Dragon Age: Inquisition, and Anthem.
Although BioWare’s forthcoming Cataclysm event for Anthem doesn’t begin until mid-July, several players voice their disappointment online following its reveal stream.
In this week’s Cataclysm reveal stream, Anthem developer BioWare confirmed that it will be removing the Luck stat from gear in an upcoming update.
Today’s Anthem update was supposed to introduce a change that would improve matchmaking and make the game feel less empty, but instead, it made things worse.
BioWare confirms plans to launch a Public Test Server for Anthem, where the long-anticipated Cataclysm can put through its paces before arriving on live servers.
A Reddit user points out that Anthem’s active player count on Xbox One is less than the three year old Battlefield 1 and the critically panned Fallout 76.
A former CD Projekt Red developer speaking anonymously claims that the development of Cyberpunk 2077 is not dissimilar from the development of BioWare’s Anthem.
A rumor concerning BioWare’s multiplayer action role-playing game, Anthem, surfaces online suggesting that it could be announced as free-to-play at E3 2019.
With BioWare maintaining its silence about the future of Anthem, players look to E3 2019 as an opportunity for the developer to share its content plans.
A sizable Anthem discount, for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions of the game, could keep the dwindling playerbase from diminishing further.
Anthem’s poor reviews and many controversies seem to have had a negative impact on the game’s sales, causing it to miss EA’s sales goal, but it’s not all bad news.
Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson speaks out on Anthem’s marred launch and live service experience, discussing lessons learned and what the path is going forward.
Update 1.1.1 for Anthem not only removes the popular Elysium Chests from the game, but also introduces a game breaking bug that prevents loot dropping from a major boss.
Members of BioWare take to Twitter to address the current Anthem situation and provide an update as to the commitment level of the Austin and Edmonton studios.
Reddit user lastKryptonian1991 manages to get a refund for Anthem months after getting the game by citing ‘false advertising’ and ‘fraud’ by BioWare and EA.
Lead Anthem Developers at BioWare confirm they’ve since left the project, growing concern among the player base that the game’s lifespan may be shorter than expected.
Anthem community manager Jesse Anderson opens up on the current state of the game, recent streams, loot, and more, but promises more communication moving forward.