Anthem Is Getting a New Updates
BioWare has committed to a “longer-term redesign” of Anthem, which aims to essentially reinvent the Game as we all know it.
In a new blog, BioWare head Casey Hudson announced the redesign and pledged that the studio is functioning to enhance upon core aspects of the game that received feedback from players and critics.
Over the last year, the team has worked hard to enhance stability, performance and general quality of life while delivering three seasons of the latest content and features.
Over the approaching months, we’ll be that specialize in a longer-term redesign of the experience, specifically working to reinvent the core gameplay loop with clear goals, motivating challenges and progression with meaningful rewards, while preserving the fun of flying and fighting during a vast science-fantasy setting.
And to try to that properly we’ll be doing something we’d wish to have done more of the primary time around, giving a focused team the time to check and iterate, that specialize in gameplay first.
This reinvention means BioWare is moving faraway from full seasons to focus its attention on the redesign, but there’ll still be events, store refreshes, and season content.
It’s been one year since Anthem released to largely negative reception, with fans and media criticizing the game for its dull story, repetitive end-game, and bugs, among other things.
It may be a game of oxymorons and inconsistencies.
The story is meant to be a single-player but the sport is clearly not. gameplay is an absolute joy but is stifled by the repetitive nature of the end-game.
The character animations are truly sublime, but most of the characters themselves are cliché and predictable.
Anthem may be a fun game and a stunningly pretty one, but with flaws in nearly every other aspect of its design.
It’ll improve with patches, updates, and a robust community, but it isn’t a very strong foundation.
This is often less an anthem and a more annoying earworm.
While BioWare tried to implement smaller patches to enhance the experience, none are quite enough to vary the perception of the Game.