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  1. 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...
  2. Anthem, Bioware’s answer to Destiny, will get a beta ahead of release – but that release might still be a while away. Bioware has been pretty quiet about Anthem since E3 this year. Back then, we posted a roundup of everything we know about the game. It’s being written by the talented Drew Karpyshyn, and will be ‘science fantasy’ ala Star Wars. [attach=full]420[/attach] Earlier, Jonathan Warner, game director on Anthem, returned to Twitter after over a month without a tweet. The game’s subreddit picked up on this and started directing questions at Warner, keen to find out more about the game and how development is progressing. While responding to tweets, Warner confirmed that the game will receive a beta. Yeah we'll have a beta! #PrepareForAdventure — Jonathan Warner (@Bio_Warner) S eptember 27, 2017 This is unlikely to be a surprise to anyone, of course – games like this typically have beta periods – but judging from the comments on this tweet some players are wary after Mass Effect: Andromeda and want to try Anthem in advance. A beta for Andromeda was announced but was then later cancelled. He also confirmed that the beta is ‘still a way out’, and could not pin down a date. This is understandable; when the game was shown at E3 it was said to be more than a year away, so we’d be looking at a late 2018 release at the absolute earliest. Anthem is coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It will be enhanced on Xbox One X and PS4 Pro. Continue reading...
  3. EA is about to showcase its gamescom 2017 slate, come and watch it all unfold. We’re less than ten minutes away from the show that kicks off at 9:30am PT, 12:30pm ET, 5:30pm BST, 6:30pm CEST. We know we’ll be seeing new trailers for Need for Speed Payback, Star Wars: Battlefront 2, Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar expansion, FIFA 18, and more. After the live show wraps up, we’ll be treated to a full round of Star Wars: Battlefront 2’snewly revealed Starfighter Assault mode and our first look at space combat. The Twitch livestream mirror is embedded below, but you can also follow the action . Watch live video from EA on www.twitch.tv It’s possible EA will announce the release date for Name of the Tsar expansion, which was rumoured to be dropping this month. We’re not sure if Anthem is on the docket, but seeing as EA will be looking to show everyone how committed it is to the upcoming title, we may get a tease. As always, we’ll bring you the biggest news from the show as it happens. Keep refreshing the front page. Continue reading...
  4. PlayStation YouTube caught using Xbox One X Anthem gameplay with PS4 inputs overlaid on Xbox One X controls. When Bioware’s science-fantasy game Anthem was announced at Microsoft’s E3 press briefing, the open-world semi-mmo looked equal parts gorgeous and intriguing. Digital Foundry dissected the gameplay footage from the show, suggesting it will use 4K checkerboarding on the Xbox One X. We haven’t seen the title run on the PS4 Pro yet, despite there being an official teaser trailer on the PlayStation YouTube account. In an embarrassing turn of events, the footage is actually the Xbox One X gameplay. [attach=full]151[/attach] Eurogamer reports that at a number of points in the video, you can see that button prompts have been overlaid with PS4 inputs. People in the comments section of the video picked up on the shenanigans. The image above was captured at 4:37 with the video playing at 0.25 speed. We still don’t know if the game will look comparable on the two consoles, so this wasn’t the best way to debut the PS4 version what with it not having even been recorded on the console. Plus the description says “PS4”, not PS4 Pro, which is even more misleading. It’s just a big fat mess all around. Continue reading...

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