Anthem is the upcoming game from Bioware that fans are eagerly waiting for and it is also viewed as the game that would either redeem Bioware or make things worse and that is why the studio is working hard on Anthem EA Play Demo.
EA Play will take place on June 9 and will continue till June 11. During the event, EA will be revealing a lot of games like Battlefield V and Anthem.
Following the release of Mass Effect Andromeda, which got a mixed reception from critics and gamers alike which partly contributed to the franchise being put on Ice. That is why Bioware is working hard on Anthem EA Play Demo to restore the faith of its fans in the studio.
Speaking of the game, Bioware showcased the game running on Xbox One X at E3 2017 and the game’s visual quality was unlike we had anything seen. However, we live in an age where game’s graphical quality gets downgraded compared to the game’s reveal
But, Bioware has revealed that there will be no graphical downgrade for Anthem. What this means is that what Bioware showcased during Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference is the representative of the final product.
According to EA, Anthem is a 10-year journey for the company and not only the game will be dethroning Destiny but also the game will be bigger than Destiny.
According to Technical Design Director Brenon Holmes, Anthem will be bigger compared to Destiny and added that because of the very reason the game will not be free of loading screens.
We’re taking a different approach (we have different tech) [from Destiny], so our areas are a fair bit larger. But there will likely be some loads between some of the areas. We’re still figuring out the exact details on a lot of this stuff.
Anthem is an action RPG in development at Bioware and will launch sometime next year for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.