BioWare Promises that Different Anthem Playstyles Will Be Available For The Game

BioWare Promises that Different Anthem Playstyles Will Be Available For The Game

BioWare Promises that Different Anthem Playstyles Will Be Available For The Game

After many people hated Star Wars Battlefront 2's pay-to-win system, BioWare and EA has made some changes for Anthem.

Most other estimates have put the Xbox One at around 35 million worldwide, but while you'd think EA would know for sure the lack of any official figures from Microsoft means it's all still speculation.

From there, Hudson starts focusing on the "companionship" aspect of the BioWare mission statement. The release of Mass Effect Andromeda was met with negative criticism and failed to live up to the high bar set by other games in the series. "Specifically, 'what if I don't want to play with randos?' 'What if I don't have friends that I play games with?' And, 'I like to be the one making choices in my story-if it's multiplayer, won't the story get watered down?'" Hudson said this narrative approach hasn't been executed well in multiplayer games before.

Following Jorgensen's comments, EA CEO Andrew Wilson got investors and fans more excited about the game. Hudson said the team will share details on how it works "very soon".

'Every battle is unique, and every mode brings its own challenges - from the way you interact with the environment around you, to compelling single-player stories, to the next level of large-scale multiplayer that spans across multiple maps and modes'. But with the multiplayer aspect seeming to hang around every new game released by EA as of late, fans will at least be pleased to be reassured by Hudson that just because Anthem's storytelling may be different, it doesn't mean it will be the same for all their games.

Interestingly, creative director Mike Laidlaw confirmed a new Dragon Age game was in development past year.

BioWare's Casey Hudson is back with a new blog on the company's site. If you're like me and have followed this studio for nearly 2 decades filled with wonderful adventures such as Jade Empire, Dragon Age, Mass Effect, Star Wars, and much more, then you know that this company is no stranger to building incredibly immersive worlds to get lost in. While everything from the growth of EA Sports sales and financial earnings compared with the previous year were detailed, Wilson also zeroed on the company's upcoming projects - and that includes Anthem.

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