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.
Anthem gets a minor update addressing stray loot, Nvidia crashes
Bioware have rolled out a minor Anthem update that's mostly about fixing some awkwardly timed crashing, such as the one with Nvidia highlights, and some strange occurrence, like enemies disappearing when other players start events.
Bioware acknowledge criticism, claim things are getting better
Even though Bioware's initial response to Kotaku's analysis of everything that went wrong with Anthem's development was a bit defensive, their internal memo tells another story - one of a studio that is well aware that things must change.
Anthem could see 65 per cent improvement with Nvidia DLSS
And here we were hoping that it will be BioWare who will make Anthem better, but it seems they're to busy trying to teach journalists finer points of truth telling, so Nvidia stepped up with their Deep Learning Super Sampling technology.
Bioware respond to report about Anthem's troubled development
Bioware responded to the latest report about Anthem's troubled development and crunch time. The developer said that Anthem still has room for improvement and that the staff did their absolute best to bring a totally new idea to players.
BioWare apologise for Anthem's "terrible player experience"
With the storm of outrage seemingly taking over Anthem's subreddit, the game's lead producer Ben Irving responded to one disgruntled poster, assuming responsibility for the state of Strongholds and listing the changes they plan on doing.
Anthem players fuming over BioWare's game-breaking patch v1.0.4
One would think that the worst is over for Anthem, with BioWare going full throttle in supporting the heck out of it, but it seems that the latter is turning into a bigger task than initially planned. Yeah, the latest patch is on fire.
Anthem now allows you to open inventory without a loading screen
BioWare's Anthem has been pummeled into the ground by players and critics for many reasons, but one of the most frequent are the game's loading screens. The latest patch took one away as players can now open inventory without loading.
BioWare admit Anthem's launch was rougher than expected
It's time for another post-launch Anthem update from camp BioWare and this time around, their general manager Casey Hudson admitted that the game's launch has been a bit rougher than they expected, even though they prepared for worst.
BioWare indulge the community - Anthem loot has been improved
BioWare have been struggling with several controversies regarding Anthem ever since its release with the stingy loot system being one of the latest. After community outrage, they have decided to tune up the numbers and let people loot.
Bioware respond to Anthem loot and lack of content criticism
According to Bioware's Community Manager Jesse Anderson, hostile replies and upset players on Reddit are the reason for the lack of communication with the Anthem community. However, Bioware still plan to support Anthem for years to come.