BioWare’s Anthem Has a Release Date Scheduled for Fall 2018
The mysterious IP that fans of this developing studio have been waiting for was finally unveiled with a short teaser trailer yesterday. While it was relatively underwhelming with some cryptic yet dramatic statements from the narrator, the key speaker for EA Play yesterday noted that more will be revealed during the Xbox Briefing. Also, according to the official YouTube page for the game, BioWare’s Anthem supposedly has a Fall 2018 release date. This information can be viewed in their “About Me” section.
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Release Date: Fall 2018″
The contents of that section can be seen above in block quotes (for those with impaired vision). To an extent, this news does come as a surprise. On one hand, it was anticipated that the release of Anthem wouldn’t see the light of day until early to mid-2019 because of an announced delay. It was even previously marked for launch in Spring 2018, but Fall next year looks like a compromise between the two. Whether that was an intentional agreement between Electronic Arts and BioWare due to publicity or the developing team reassessed their timeline is unclear. With as big of a game this was promised to be, delays are to be expected.
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