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  1. 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...
  2. Update: Anthem will, apparently, be a science fantasy game more in the vein of Star Wars and offerings from the Marvel universe, rather than a hard core science fiction title like Mass Effect BioWare Edmonton general manager, Aaryn Flynn, has revealed. In a recent interview with CBC Flynn said that like these franchises Anthem will be a game in which "you see a lot of amazing things happening but we don't worry too much about why they are happening or how they are happening; the science of it.“ BioWare has dipped its toes into the science fantasy genre before with titles such as the RPG Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and the online multiplayer game Star Wars: The Old Republic. Anthem will, apparently, be much more along these lines and "much more about just having fun in a game world that is really lush and exotic and really sucks you in." Unlike Mass Effect, which Flynn says was a "more a real hard core science fiction IP." Taking this into account alongside the game's more online multiplayer leanings and it seems like BioWare is certainly attempting to step into a space currently dominated by games such as Destiny. It'll be exciting to see what else a developer with so accomplished a background in lore-heavy single player storytelling can bring to this genre. Original article continues below... E3 is always full of surprises, and one announcement we weren't expecting at E3 2017 was a whole new game from BioWare, called Anthem. From the short trailer shown at EA Play keynote we can get a tiny glimpse of the game world wall that's the only thing that separates the civilized world from a dangerous and savage animals. Exosuits also seem to play a big part in surviving in the wilderness, and a player might jump into them as part of the game. But while EA gave us our first taste of the game and what we might find in its Pandora-esque world, Microsoft gave us our first true look. BioWare describes Anthem as "a new game from EA's BioWare studio, explore a landscape of primeval beauty, confront the dangers you find, and grow in power with every step". It's the first game BioWare has unveiled since its polarizing Mass Effect Andromeda, and it looks to build on BioWare's legacy of great Sci-Fi games. [attach=full]148[/attach] Cut to the chase What is it? BioWare's newest IP When can I play it? Autumn 2018 What can I play it on? To be announced EA meets its Destiny in Anthem The premise we know so far is that humanity is holed up in a bastion, cut off from the outside world. Venturing out, it appears, requires a suit of armor that will help fend off the wilds of the Pandora-esque planet. EA is describing it as "a shared-world action RPG where Freelancers challenge the wilds past the wall, exploring a vast world filled with savage beasts and ruthless marauders, but also teeming with amazing technology and forgotten treasures". If this sounds like Destiny, you're not crazy. "Players will be able to join with their friends to unravel the world's mysteries and defeat the forces plotting to conquer humanity." Okay, this is Destiny. "Throughout their journeys, players can outfit their Freelancers with powerful Javelin exosuits, each of which are equipped with unique weapons and abilities. Freelancers can customize their Javelin with gear they earn and craft throughout the adventure, and leave a lasting mark on the world". Admittedly, the word Freelancers make the game sound a bit more like a Borderlands game than Destiny, but considering that your class is determined by which Javelin you have on, we're still seeing Destiny written all over it. Life after Andromeda Anthem will be BioWare's first title after the somewhat polarizing Mass Effect: Andromeda, a game that was both loved and hated. Anthem will, apparently, be a science fantasy game more in the vein of Star Wars and offerings from the Marvel universe, rather than hard core science fiction title like Mass Effect BioWare Edmonton general manager Aaryn Flynn has revealed. In a recent interview with CBC Flynn said that like these franchises Anthem will be a game in which "you see a lot of amazing things happening but we don't worry too much about why they are happening or how they are happening; the science of it.“ BioWare has dipped its toes into the science fantasy genre before with titles such as the RPG Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and the online multiplayer game Star Wars: The Old Republic. Anthem will, apparently, be much more along these lines and "much more about just having fun in a game world that is really lush and exotic and really sucks you in." Unlike Mass Effect, which Flynn says was a "more a real hard core science fiction IP." Taking this into account alongside the game's more online multiplayer leanings and it seems like BioWare is certainly attempting to step into a space currently dominated by games such as Destiny. It'll be exciting to see what else a developer with so accomplished a background in lore-heavy single player storytelling can bring to this genre. While we don't have an exact release date for the game, EA says gamers will get their hands on it in autumn 2018. E3 is the world's largest exhibition for the games industry, stuffed full of the latest and greatest games, consoles, and gaming hardware. TechRadar is reporting live from Los Angeles all week to bring you the very latest from the show floor. Head to our dedicated E3 2017 hub to see all the new releases, along with TechRadar's world-class analysis and buying advice about the next year in gaming. Continue reading...

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