Anthem, the new "social, connected Action-RPG with cooperative multiplayer at its heart" launches February 22, 2019, on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The reveal didn't include hard proof of BioWare's promises about story content in the game, however, particularly BioWare's onstage assurance that Anthem can wholly work as a single-player experience.
Primarily, BioWare is creating a story to which it can "add story for years to come", with each story development drawing out "something new and mysterious for players to discover".
The footage we see introduces us to a teaser for the multiplayer for Battlefield V with vehicle combat, destructive environments, and a tonne of bullets being showcased. Instead, Tarsis offers a single-player, plot-filled hub full of computer NPCs, game-altering decisions, and friendship possibilities. The EA Play Live Press Conference 2018 kicked things off with Battlefield V. Additionally, players will be able to customize the various suits with cosmetic appearances and gear. There's Battlefield V which looks like it could be every bit as good as Battlefield 1 was (and it may get a battle royale mode announcement today). Few details were revealed about the new mode of play, but more will be revealed at a later date. The latter's launch is far more limited, however, with Android users having first crack at the game's "pre-alpha" test version.
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