Anthem is one of the best selling games of 2019 but also one of the biggest live service failures. The game’s player base quickly dropped after the game’s release. With future content updates delayed, the roadmap gone, and BioWare focusing on small fixes rather than content updates. But according to a report from Kotaku EA and BioWare are working hard on revitalizing Anthem.

According to Jason Schreier, several developers have reached out to him to confirm this. Stating that they’re planning to change Anthem to fix the game’s glaring issues. This will require a lot of work as other live service titles like The Division 2 and Monster Hunter World provide vastly better gameplay and addicting looting systems. However, this isn’t impossible.

Schreier was also the reporter who broke the story detailing Anthem’s harsh development. Revealing the game lacked direction and mentally drained the staff working on the game. Causing emotional breakdowns.

Anthem is now available for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

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