About the game
Anthem is an open-world looter shooter by Electronic Arts and BioWare. The game was announced with a lot of hype and spectacular trailers but ultimately failed to attract players. Anthem Next, a rework of the game is expected in 2020.
Bioware stealth launch new Anthem update that brings Cataclysm
Bioware released a new patch for their looter shooter Anthem. The update has been launched without any big announcement and it introduces the Cataclysm event along with new story missions and more. Luck has also been replaced on all items.
EA Access is coming to PlayStation 4 not too far in the future
EA announced that EA Access would be coming to PlayStation 4 a while ago but now it's official along with the release window. As it turns out, the subscription service is just around the corner, slated for a July 2019 release window.
EA's CEO says Anthem's problem were player expectations
Speaking in a recent interview, EA's CEO Andrew Wilson said that Anthem's problems stemmed from player expectations, where some expected a traditional Bioware experience, while others wanted a live service game in the vein of Destiny.
EA, Bioware seek Anthem feedback from influencers, ignore rest
Even though Anthem's booth at E3 was a perfect chance to get some feedback from players, beginners and veterans alike, Bioware decided to take a different path, by rounding up their Anthem influencers and asking them for their opinions.
Anthem reportedly earned over $100 million since launch
EA and BioWare kept a tight lid on Anthem's exact sale numbers along with the actual microtransaction revenue. Super Data managed to extract information that $100 was made since the February launch, which is not that much for such a title.
Anthem update 1.2.0 is out, sets the stage for Cataclysm
It's been a while since we've heard actual Anthem news, but Bioware finally rolled out a patch with quality of life fixes in preparation for the Cataclysm, the preview of which is due later today, as well as the Public Test Server.
Anthem drops out of top 49 on Xbox One, support turning into joke
If you ever wondered what happens with live service games when there's no service, then look no further than Anthem, as Bioware's shooter dropped out of 49 most played Xbox One games. Moreover, the dev's last tweet came almost a month ago.
Days Gone remains at the top of UK physical sales charts
UK physical video game sales charts are in for the week that ended with 11 May 2019, despite not having a stellar reception. Meanwhile, Anthem has finally dropped out of the top 10 best sellers, almost three months after initial release.
EA rethinking their launch approach after Anthem fiasco
Speaking in EA's Q4 FY2019 financial results conference call, the company's CEO Andrew Wilson said that the experience and failed expectations around Anthem have made them realise that it's time to handle major launches differently.
Anthem's dwindling player count reportedly hits matchmaking
BioWare pride themselves for having the matchmaking feature for just about any Anthem activity but now it appears this feature has been hit by the dwindling player numbers in the game as the harder difficulty activities are not worth it.