Anthem is an online-based multiplayer action-role-playing video game created by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. The game was released globally on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 22 February, 2019.
Anthem was met with mixed praise from the critics who criticized it for its grinding and lack of gameplay, technical aspects and narrative, however Anthem’s combat and flight control and visuals were praised.
Despite some encouraging sales results, the game could not achieve the commercial expectations. Even though BioWare announced in February 2020 that they were revamping the game’s core gameplay Anthem in the context of their long-term strategy, all future development stopped on February 20, 2021.
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Anthem Co Op Campaign
Anthem is a multiplayer game that does not have a social hub. It has a cap of 4 players in free roam and one player only town/quest hub. However, there’s no split screen multiplayer available in Anthem. The only way to group together and play with your family or friends is online with all of you playing using your own system.
To play with your friends on Anthem in the menu called Social you can invite players to join your players playing Anthem simultaneously as well. After selecting who you want you want to invite, you’ll be waiting for them to receive your invitation and join in with you. If they also have an account on Anthem and Anthem, they are able to join the game anytime you make an invitation.
Have you heard that Anthem has been removed?
In a long-awaited but not shocking step, BioWare has finally canceled Anthem. In particular, the company has canceled its plans to revamp Anthem in order to make personnel available for the future Dragon Age and Mass Effect games.
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Did Anthem ever get fixed?
After putting a stop to the short-term expansions and updates to concentrate on the “longer-term redesign” of the game, EA announced today that it would be putting off its plans to revamp the game Anthem known as Anthem Next. However, the company will continue to operate the live service “as it exists today.”
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