Anthem Post Launch Update From BioWare Mentions New Story Content, Features & More

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While Anthem has been going through one uphill climb after another, that hasn’t stopped BioWare from delivering patches, and reassuring fans of their support for the game.

Today, BioWare General Manager Casey Hudson has posted a new Anthem post-launch content message, where not only does he thank the fans for their support, but also mentioned how new story elements, world events, and even features are all coming to the game later this spring!

In these first few weeks, our Live team has worked hard on that, delivering over 200 improvements through patches and live updates, across stability, loot and progression, customization, and more.

We also continue to listen to your feedback, with more improvements to endgame loot and progression, game flow, and stability and performance coming soon – so there’s a lot more work that we intend to do.  This is all a learning experience for us, and as we work to make sure the game is improved and perfected, we can’t emphasize enough how much we appreciate you staying with us.  Especially because the next stage is where things really get exciting.

As we move through this most difficult period of launching a new game and IP, we are also working on the things that will really show what Anthem is capable of – a series of world events, new story content, and new features, that all build towards the Cataclysm later this spring.

For the full message where Hudson also mentions how he understands the skepticism of people and whatnot, head on over here.

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One thought on “Anthem Post Launch Update From BioWare Mentions New Story Content, Features & More

  1. Unfortunately the problem with this game just can’t be fixed. The problem is it needed at least another year of development. There just isn’t anywhere near enough content. The concept of the game is great, the game plays great, but it just feels empty. I hope they get a chance at a sequel because I think given more time to flesh it out the game could be great. It just feels rushed and isn’t something that can be easily fixed.

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