EA has huge expectations for Anthem, explaining recently that they expect to ship 5-6 million units before the end of March. However, the demo that recently went offline has been a huge success, with 44 million hours of playtime across all platforms.

It’s unclear if this will translate into actual sales. As of now, the reception has been mixed with some positive but more mediocre responses to the gameplay provided to the public.

EA has shown to have confusing expectations for their games, especially after stating the Battlefield V underperformed despite selling 7.3 million units after such a difficult marketing campaign.

Anthem will launch for EA and Origin Access members this February 15th, 8-hour preview for Xbox One users, and February 22nd for everyone else on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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