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Anthem continues to sell very well, Bioware promises improvements

Anthem has certainly not received a warm welcome from the user, and in hindsight. Bugs, glitches and technical problems of all kinds plagued and continue to torture the game of Bioware which, despite ...

"Be kind or the developers will stop responding", so BioWare scolds the players of ...

After the many complaints of the Anthem players, some developers initially willing to listen to the feedback have pulled back.
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Anthem's loot system will be substantially changed in the near future

Anthem, BioWare's latest effort, has received since its release last February 22 several criticisms regarding the loot system of the game, considered by the players as not very satisfying, seen and considered ...
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Bioware interested in realizing new Mass Effect

In the 2017, following Mass Effect: Andromeda, a report stated that the Mass Effect franchise would be suspended. Now, BioWare talked about his desire to make other Mass Effect games. Mark ...
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Neill Blomkamp presents Conviction, a short film about Anthem

Anthem's arrival is imminent, and both EA and BioWare are working hard to increase the hype awaiting debut, for example with the recent trailer. As part of the robust marketing campaign ...
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Anthem: the endgame presented in video

A recent video published by Bioware explains in detail what the endgame of his next looter-shooter, Anthem, consists of. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oh2RHMcfHkg Once the main campaign has been completed and the maximum level has been reached, the players will be able to: unlock 3 ...
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Anthem will stop at 30fps also on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X

Mike Gamble, Anthem's executive producer, said the game will not support 60fps even on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X.

Anthem will have a demo and for BioWare it should always be like that

Michael Gamble, Anthem's executive producer, said that the demos of the games are very important and that it is a sign of respect towards the players.

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