Recently EA had confirmed that they are looking into why their latest franchise, Anthem, has been crashing on the Sony PS4 consoles. The good news is that it looks like the problem has since been identified and that a fix for the issue will be released next week, so this is something gamers can look forward to.
Recently it was reported that Sony PS4 players were encountering issues with EA’s latest game, Anthem, where there were reports of players experiencing crashing to the point where it was pretty much unplayable. The good news is that it looks like EA is aware of the issue and are looking into it.
BioWare’s launch of Anthem on the PS4 hasn’t been a particularly smooth one. Gamers have been complaining about the game crashing on their console to the point where it is essentially unplayable. Fortunately it seems that according to PS4 gamers, some gamers have had some luck getting refunds.
More information has now been confirmed about BioWare’s Anthem, particularly its upcoming beta. Those who have been looking forward to taking part in the beta will be delighted to know that they don’t have to pre-order the game. BioWare and EA have confirmed that the Anthem beta will be open to everyone starting February 1st. The game itself will be released later that month.
With Sony finally relenting on the whole cross-play thing with Fortnite, it certainly signalled to the gaming community that the cross-play between consoles could soon become a common feature, similar to how PC gamers using different brands and builds of PCs can play with each other.
A popular way that many developers and publishers have been going about making money off gamers, is the release of additional content beyond the original game in the form of DLCs. In a way one could argue that since these are additional content, you should pay for them. However others argue that developers should continue to support the game after its launch without charging for it.
Usually when developers release demos for their games, it tends to be a short demo that gives players a brief idea of what to expect if they were to buy it. The same can be said for open betas in which it is usually restricted to maybe half a chapter in the story, or maybe one or two missions, and so on.
BioWare first announced its big shooter game last year and it has now confirmed when it’s going to release its answer to Bungie’s Destiny. BioWare has confirmed the Anthem release date, it’s going to be showcasing this “shared world” action RPG at the E3 2018 gaming convention. It has also released a new cinematic trailer for the title.