After weeks of getting the silent treatment, Bioware has finally started revealing more of what players can expect from the massive Cataclysm activities should
Ongoing support for Anthem is not dropping off, despite persistent rumours that key development staff have moved on to other projects. Both executive producer Mark Darrah and lead producer Michael Gamble are believed to have moved on to Dragon Age 4, a rumour supported by this recent coy Tweet by Gamble (and one that Gamble elsewhere seems to deny).Still, the tide of speculation was strong enough to have prompted BioWare's Chad Robertson, who heads the Live Service team at the company, to assure that the studio's still dedicated to Anthem's ongoing support. Famously plagued with problems at launch, Anthem's content roadmap was delayed last week to allow work on bug fixes and quality of life improvements."We remain 100 percent committed to Anthem and look forward to showing players the new content we are working on," Robertson Tweeted. "We want to make sure we aren’t overpromising, so our updates on what’s coming in the game will be focused when we have things near completion."Gamble later reiterated: "There's been a lot of (incorrect) speculation on this. The studio's support and commitment to anthem HAS. NOT. CHANGED."In other words: the official BioWare line hasn't changed, and despite the game's problems (and that it struggles to attract more than 200 Twitch viewers at once) Anthem, in a manner of speaking, lives.
The developer's support and commitment to Anthem on PS4, Xbox One, and PC is unchanged.
"There is a long way to go before Anthem becomes the game we all want it to be," says BioWare
With consoles also possibly getting in on the action
It seems the Apocalypse has been delayed! Anthem pushes back it's Cataclysm event and a bunch of other promised features.
Anthem has encountered problems after problems since its release and now the events mentioned in the roadmap are being pushed further event.
BioWare has delayed a raft of additions to Anthem - including its much-hyped Cataclysm, the game's first four-person raid-like activity. But the Cataclysm i…
I’m playing Anthem, and I’m flying through a tunnel. There are a lot of those in the game. This one happens to be filled with water. At the other end I can make out some light. I fly closer to it. Eventually I break through the surface into a sandy, sun-bleached arena surrounded by massive walls of sea water. For a few seconds Anthem is really, really cool again.
BioWare has announced they’re delaying big features planned for Anthem, as well as a big new event the game has coming. The developer confirmed they’re delaying a number of core features planned to release in free, post-launch updates, including Guilds, Leaderboards, and more – as they’re currently focusing on bug fixes, overall stability, and flow […]The post BioWare is Delaying Major Features for Anthem, Including the Cataclysm Event appeared first on Niche Gamer.