Anthem, one of the most anticipated games of 2019, was unfortunately disappointing. The developer team promised to fix the game, but Electronic Arts canceled this redesign project.
The multiplayer action role-playing game Anthem, published by Electronic Arts and developed by BioWare, was published in 2019.
Unfortunately, they couldn’t deliver anything but disappointment and lost almost all of the players in a short time.
At the beginning of 2020, they announced that the game certainly redesigns with a new update called Anthem 2.0.
According to a statement by producer Christian Dailey, The Anthem 2.0 was canceled due to the effects of Covid-19.
Developers will focus on the new Dragon Age and Mass Effect games in the next period. The game’s servers will continue to remain open.
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However, it makes it clear that most players are not satisfied with Electronic Arts. Likewise, some games were canceled or postponed this year due to the epidemic.
To be honest, no one had any expectations from Anthem anyway. After all this time, the Covid-19 seems a bit of an excuse. We hope the same issues don’t occur for Dragon Age and Mass Effect games.
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