Anthem was one of the main highlights of the E3 2017, a new IP from Bioware revealed during Microsoft’s E3 press conference. Gamers are excited about the game and have high hopes for it since it is in development at Bioware. While not much known about the game but, according to EA, Bioware has plans for the coming 10-year of the game.
According to EA, Anthem is somewhat similar to Destiny in terms of quests where players can team up with their friends and complete them. EA’s executive VP Patrick Soderlund revealed that Anthem has been in development for four years and the studio has a lot of plans for the game in the future.
Anthem is a social game where you and your friends go on quests and journeys. It’s a game that we’ve been working on for almost four years now, and once we launch it next year I think it’ll be the start of a ten-year journey for us.
However, Bioware has already revealed its plans for the game’s future. According to Creative Director Jonathan Warren, Bioware wants gamers to engage with the game for a long period of time and gamers can expect expansion for the game in the future.
We are building the world in a way that we can continually expand it, that we always give you more reasons to come back and play it. So I think packing the world like this full of stories is what we are really after.
Anthem is an action RPG in development at Bioware and will launch sometime next year for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.