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  1. With Anthem recently confirmed for Q1 2019 to make way for a new Battlefield this fall, reportedly titled Battlefield V, BioWare’s highly anticipated shared-world action-RPG is now roughly a year away from being released. The majority of staff from the developer's Edmonton and Austin studios is reportedly focused on Anthem, yet both BioWare and EA have remained relatively quiet about its development since last year's reveal at E3. Continue reading… Continue reading...
  2. BioWare writer Drew Karpyshyn, who worked on Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Mass Effect 1, and Mass Effect 2, hast the developer for a second time. Karpyshyn originally left the esteemed RPG studio in 2012 to work on novels and other non-game projects. He returned to BioWare in 2015 and was reportedly working on the company's new IP, Anthem, until he left last week for the second time. Writing on his blog, Karpyshyn said he's quitting BioWare this time to work on more original novels, including a sci-fi graphic novel, as well as freelance gaming work. Karpyshyn said he will not discuss why he left BioWare, though he expects people to speculate as to why. "There is no dirty laundry I'm just waiting to air," he said. "And please don't ask about any BioWare projects I've been working on--just because I've left BioWare doesn't mean I'm going to start blabbing all their secrets." Karpyshyn's first post-BioWare video game work will be something with FoxNextGames and developer Fogbank Entertainment. This will be an episodic narrative game that is based on an "acclaimed Fox IP," but we don't know which one. BioWare's new IP Anthem is currently in development for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. In his statement, Karpyshyn said working at BioWare can be "exhausting." "Everyone who works at BioWare pours their heart and soul into the games they are making. It’s creatively demanding and--at times--exhausting," he said. Originally set to launch in 2018, Anthem is now slated for release in 2019. The delay was reportedly due in part to development issues, though EA indicated it moved the game instead to release it during a less-crowded time. Continue reading...
  3. BioWare GM Casey Hudson tries to calm fans' concerns by clarifying that Anthem writer Drew Karpyshyn completed his work on the story before departing the developer. Continue reading...
  4. Drew Karpyshyn, the writer behind BioWare's Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and the forthcoming Anthem, announces his decision to leave the developer once again. Continue reading...
  5. A member of the team working on Anthem over at Bioware has made it clear that the studio is focused on delivering a quality version of the game for PC players. Continue reading...
  6. EA has confirmed that once again it’ll be hosting EA Play, its own dedicated event that takes place just before the official kick-off of E3 2018. Taking place between June 9 and 11 in Los Angeles’ Hollywood Palladium, EA Play is the time when EA fans will get the chance to get hands-on with the games that the publisher will launch over the course of the next year. At EA Play 2018 it’s been confirmed that attendees will have the chance to play “the next Battlefield experience”, around which there are very little details. While EA has confirmed that a brand new Battlefield game will be coming in 2018, it hasn’t actually given any hints as to what we can expect from it. After the series went back to WW1 with Battlefield 1 there really is room to go anywhere in the future. An Anthem appearance Those at the event will also get the chance to play the 2019 roster of EA Sports titles which will include FIFA 19 and Madden 19. Despite the fact that its release date has been pushed back to 2019, EA’s next big title, Anthem, will also appear at the show. It doesn’t look like fans will be able to actually play the game as EA has only promised “an inside look.” Regardless, it’ll be interesting to see a little more from the game after its brief teaser at E3 2017. Tickets for EA Play will become available this spring and EA says it has changed the system “to give players better hands-on access to their favorite games.” What the new system will involve hasn’t been revealed just yet but more details about tickets and the event itself will be revealed in “coming weeks.” This is everything we want to see from E3 2018 Continue reading...
  7. EA confirms that its EA Play event will be making a return at E3 2018 and will offer hands-on time with the new Battlefield and new footage of BioWare's Anthem. Continue reading...
  8. Electronic Arts has announced when it will host its EA Play 2018 event, and you can expect to get a look at Anthem and the next Battlefield game. EA will host its offsite E3 2018 event at the Hollywood Palladium June 9-11. Those who attend the event will be able to get hands-on time with the next Battlefield game, all upcoming EA Sports games, and get an “inside look” at Anthem. The company promises the three-day event will include “more EA brands, more hands-on stations and more entertainment than ever before.” There will be “hundreds of game stations,” demos, lots of experiences for attendees. Those who can’t make it to the event will be able to watch everything unfold on the official EA website. Tickets to EA PLay 2018, which are free, will be available in the spring, alongside a “new ticketing system to give players better hands-on access to games.” The post Anthem and next Battlefield to be on-hand at EA PLAY 2018 in June appeared first on VG247. Continue reading...
  9. Oh yes, it’s already time to start thinking about E3. EA said today that it will again host EA Play, which will still take place in Los Angeles from June 9 to June 11, 2018. Attendees will get to play the next Battlefield, lots of sports games, and “get an inside look at the stunning new action game Anthem.” Read more... Continue reading...
  10. Bioware's Brenon Holmes, Technical Design Director on Bioware, commented on two features that might be included in the upcoming game Anthem: player titles and visual feedback for damaged Javelins. Continue reading...
  11. A career posting on Bioware's website seems to suggest that there may be First-Person Shooter elements in their upcoming new IP Anthem, a first for Bioware. Previous gameplay demos suggested Anthem to be third-person, like Mass Effect, but could Bioware be considering adding a first-person mode? Continue reading...
  12. The move into early 2019 is obviously undesirable from a gamer's point of view, but probably sound and needed if Bioware is to both create a game that actually pleases the audience, and also sells well enough to justify EA's investment. Continue reading...
  13. "I have some issues with always-online shooters that I really hope EA deviates from with Anthem and the ex-Visceral Star Wars game." -- PlayStation Enthusiast Continue reading...
  14. BioWare is currently discussing whether or not Anthem will feature loot boxes and microtransactions reveals the game's creative director Brenon Holmes. Continue reading...
  15. Steven Gilmour has left the Canadian studio. Continue reading...

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