The game servers will remain active, but you will not receive new content or updates.
EA and BioWare have advanced exclusively to 3DJuegos which, as we feared, has cancelled development of the redesigned version of Anthem, or “Anthem Next“As it had been unofficially dubbed. The looter’s servers will remain active and available as they have been before, but without this revolutionary update on the horizon and other announced content plans, the population is expected to drop progressively. doubt, a bitter news to accompany his second anniversary.
“Since the launch of Anthem, the team has strived to continually improve the game, releasing multiple updates that brought with them various improvements and introduced new content to play,” reads the statement, referring to the event known as Cataclysm, which was to be the great hope for the endgame material; or to Neviscalia for the Christmas season. Of course, those efforts extend into the restructuring announced last year, which, as you can see, has turned out to be unsuccessful.
The news comes just with the second anniversary of the failed looter “The fact of working from home during pandemic has had an impact on our productivity and not everything that we had planned as a study before COVID-19 can be carried out without subjecting our teams to excessive stress, “they comment. The development of Anthem Next, remember, was in the hands of a team of about thirty people. During the process we got to see some preview of what would await us in this version, from the renewed character sheet to the inventory of merchant contracts, through the loot physically present in the game world and even the parameters that would govern the behavior of the weapons.
Recognizing what disappointing As the news turns out, BioWare appreciates the support of fans as it sets the spotlight on its upcoming games: Dragon Age and Mass Effect. Neither of them have a title or release date yet, but both cater to the archetype of role-playing games that gave the studio the reputation it has today (pardon Baldur’s Gate and KOTOR, of course). Hopefully we will learn more about them at the next big western trade shows, like E3 2021, GamesCom or even the Game Awards, for example.
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