Anthem's executive team have discussed the challenge of telling a deep story in the classic traditions of BioWare in a "live" multiplayer game - a challenge that leading rival Destiny has routinely struggled with. The game was meant to be a dynamic, living world game that could allow for you to have friends drop in and drop out of the story you experience.
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Electronic Arts (EA) and BioWare have announced the official Anthem release date!
The story features players living in a world that is unfinished. "Your Company will evolve side-by-side with 'Battlefield V.' We want to keep the entire community together through this journey". GOOOOOAAAAAL! This comes alongside a free trial of Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 on all platforms, so you can get in and play the World Cup stuff for free right now.More news: Enzo Perez replaces Manuel Lanzini in Argentina World Cup squad
This story is just the beginning according to lead writer, Cathleen Rootsaert.
On the stage, the team did show off a brief preview of how the game has taken destructible environments to the next level, and showed players that they'll be able to move artillery and other previously stationary defense weapons using vehicles.More news: Google Renounces AI for Weapons, But Will Still Sell to Military
The game looks to feature four separate classes, Ranger, Colossus, Interceptor, and Storm, which are represented by the Javelin exosuits you can choose from. Thee will still be cosmetic DLC, but zero play to win.