Anthem has a lot of people interested in it, interested to see it fail or succeed. Well, it looks like we now have an idea as to when EA and BioWare will drop the RPG looter-shooter for public consumption. Right now, the game is still in development for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Despite all the controversy surrounding Anthem, a healthy amount of people are still interested in the game. Interest usually manifests through disappointment in EA and BioWare or excitement for the game.
Whichever side you may happen to be on, the RPG looter-shooter will drop in March of 2019 according to EA. The information about Anthem releasing in Q1 2019 comes from EA’s financial conference call for the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2018.
Something worth noting is that Anthem could be delayed depending on how development pans out. However, it would be interesting to see Anthem hits its target release window even in light of all the controversy surrounding the game.
Casting delays aside, Anthem will drop early next year for PC and home consoles (which includes PS4 and Xbox One).
Moreover, a week ago two topics popped up on Reddit that BioWare’s technical design director, Brenon Holmes, responded to, which tells us that content for Anthem at EA Play and E3 2018 is under “a lot of” work.
Anthem will supposedly resemble its original trailer moving forward in development without any compromises made.
So what does all of this mean? Well, it means that folks who attend EA Play will get to see Anthem content and those who attend E3 2018 will see even more of Anthem in action. Additionally, both showcases of the game will supposedly represent everything shown in the 2017 official teaser trailer.
Anthem is set to release sometime in March of 2019 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. If you want more information on EA’s financial conference call for the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2018 you can visit investors.ea.com.