While Anthem might not have been the critical success EA and BioWare were hoping it’d be, it seems the sci-fi loot shooter is still earning a lot of money for parent company EA.
In a new report published by research firm SuperData, it mentions that Anthem revenue via digital has now surpassed $100 million since launch, and had an “above-average” download rate. It also mentions that in-game spending came in at $3.5 million across both platforms.
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This is definitely good news for Anthem players. While BioWare has shown no signs of stopping support anytime soon, the fact that the game is earning quite a bit of money for publisher EA should alleviate the concerns of some that it might be left in the dust. Speaking of support, BioWare has confirmed that a new patch is set to drop next week, and here’s some of the planned changes in it.
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