Bioware Studio Director Christian Dailey answered a few questions from players about the new version of the online shooter Anthem. So PvP is currently being worked on, for which an internal battle royale mode is already playable.
After Bioware showed the first concept pictures of the new pirate faction, you can see them in the revised version of the online shooter Anthem meets, the question arose how it looks with PvP in the game. Bioware Studio Director Christian Dailey commented on this.
PvP in Anthem (buy now for € 16.99) is important, but is currently not a priority
According to Christian Dailey, so-called "game jams" take place internally at Bioware, in which game modes are tried out to see if they are fun. According to him, Battle Royale and Battlefield modes are already playable for the new Anthem. It is still unclear whether these will remain in the system until the release. A lot can change. If the team finds that Battle Royale is no fun, for example, it will fly out of the trial version again.
Christian Dailey would have liked to see something like that in the Tribes game series. There strategy such as the tactical erection of defense systems played a role. Bases had to be defended and captured while the players fought and also flew around the area with jetpacks. That could go very well with Anthem.
However, Christian Dailey also believes that none of this is currently a priority. That's probably because Anthem needs to be redesigned to make it the game it should have been from the start. This includes – but not only – a revision of the loot system.
When we can play the new Anthem 2.0 or Anthem Next is still unclear. However, both bioware and publisher Electronic Arts attach great importance to making the online game a success after its unsuccessful start in early 2019.
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