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EA E3 2018: Anthem
11 June 2018, 12:57 | Antoinette Holland
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Anthem Gets Release Date and Some Co Op Gameplay Not as much being shown off as one would hope
At E3 2018, a number of the developers sat down at EA's conference to offer some details and present a deep dive into the overarching narrative and gameplay of the title. Kicking things off today in sunny LA, EA brought its big names out in full force - and gave us a few surprises too.
Just in case it wasn't already clear that EA is no longer worshipping at the golden altar of ill-advised loot box monetisation, BioWare added that Anthem won't have any. More so when you consider that EA doesn't really have any big games slated for that time of the year.
One of the big questions about Anthem has always been how BioWare will fit its usual penchant for grand, player-centric stories into a multiplayer-focused experience.
The world has been described as highly unsafe, with storms, monstrous creatures, and a deadly environment that requires the Javelin, a suit of highly protective powered armor. The game will be set betweent episodes 3 and 4 of the movies.
EA's deal with the Star Wars franchise received scant attention during the press conference, with new Battlefront II content being revealed before Respawn Entertainment's next game title for EA was finally confirmed: Jedi: Fallen Order.
The first Unravel is actually a genuinely charming little game and well worth checking out. Some new gameplay changes introduced include diving and rolling through windows and also customisation of weapons and vehicles to make them a lot better. Let us know your predictions in the comments. While the specifics of the gameplay have yet to be ironed out, it looks to be a sea-based game telling an emotional story about how loneliness can turn people into monsters. Players will be able to see what they're going to buy before they drop their cash on items, and there's no pay-to-win with in-game purchases.
Electronic Arts and BioWare have staple-gunned a February 22, 2019 release date to the hotly anticipated Anthem. There are four different javelins - ranger, colossus, interceptor and storm - and players are free to switch between them before missions.
This will most certainly change the Alex Hunter story mode along with other career modes in the game.
Similar to games like Destiny and other online multiplayer games, your team of up to four players can venture out into the world as a party but you can also run into other players on your own since everyone is exploring the same shared space.
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