There is a belief that "Anthem" will be Bioware's make-or-break game, and that if the title does not live up to Electronic Arts' expectations, the future of the studio may hang in the balance. Additionally, Hudson also stated that it is "too early" to get into the nitty gritty details of what "Dragon Age 4" has to offer, since it has been relatively early since BioWare has worked on the game. Writer, Alexis Kennedy, confirmed the news past year, but Bioware declined to offer more details at the time.
Anthem, which was announced at E3 2017, is now scheduled for release in early 2019, according to three people familiar with the project.More news: LeBron James upset Cavs didn't land George or Bledsoe
"Anthem" is an open-world action adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world.
The same report says that both of Bioware's Edmonton and Austin studios are exclusively focused on Anthem to ensure it reaches a March 2019 release date at the absolute latest.More news: Hot Stocks Among Investors: Talend SA (TLND), Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL)
In fact, considering all of the things that the launch will involve both before and after release, early 2019 is actually pushing it.
Successful video game developer company BioWare has revealed some interesting information about the next installment to the popular fantasy role-playing game franchise "Dragon Age 4". The public outcry over "Star Wars Battlefront 2" and EA in general means that the company is now banking on the new BioWare game to take it towards a new direction.More news: Unwanted at NYCFC, Diskerud lands new contract with
While Anthem's likely delay and Dragon Age 4's "live" makeover were the big scoops to come out of Schreier's sources, his report also includes several gritty details about the day-to-day environment at BioWare and how numerous developers feel about the company's direction.