Anthem’s Next Patch Promises Big Changes

We all have been waiting for BioWare and EA to fix all the bugs, glitches, and crashes that players have been experiencing since Anthem’s release. Players want to know when the game is getting fixed and what they will be fixing?

BioWare discussed the new patch and its fixes during a live stream a few hours ago. The new Anthem patch will be releasing on March 12 and will include various improvements in terms of the game’s engine. The primary focus of the Anthem Patch will be towards fixing the console crash issue that many players experienced.

The loot system will be improved by removing uncommon and common items from the loot pool for players at level 30. Players will also see the return of the Gunslinger’s Mark’s bonus damage while hovering perk.

Another major change with this patch will be the respawn timer for almost all activities and areas. Players will no longer have to wait for a teammate to revive them but instead, players will only have to wait 30 seconds before they can respawn themselves.

Although these updates will definitely improve the gameplay and stability of the game, there are still issues players want to be fixed. These include a nasty health bar bug that decreases the amount of health and shield a player should have.

This issue has been blowing up on Reddit lately but so far BioWare hasn’t mentioned anything regarding this regarding the upcoming Anthem patch. Good news is the patch is right around the corner. The bad news is it probably won’t fix ALL of the issues.

Anthem is an online multiplayer action role-playing video game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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