The new production is a multiplayer cooperative adventure with elements of action and RPG, which stands out for its graphics, but which also immerses the players in the universe of science fiction. Players will be able to customize and personalize their suits with unique paint jobs and gear so they'll have the right tools to confront nearly any situation, and look good doing it. You have to register here, but once in, you'll have a chance to play the Battlefield 5, new EA Sports games and more.
Stay tuned as more information from E3 2018 becomes available.
The higher-tier Legion of Dawn Edition includes all of that as well as the full set of Legion of Dawn armor packs for all four classes, a Ranger Javeline gear attachment, and the digital soundtrack. In addition, Bioware did claim that Anthem will have something for both those of the single-player experience (story) as well as those who enjoy multiplayer games. On the surface, Anthem seems like a ideal game for player versus player gameplay, full of interesting weapons, class system variety, and attractive intricate maps.
The biggest reveal has to go to the highly-anticipated game Anthem. New DLC and Expansions will be available post-launch.
EA's trialling a streaming service which'll let users play their games on any device, anywhere - as long as there's a decent internet connection.
"We are going to have some cosmetics and vanity items that you'll be able to purchase, but you're always going to know what you'll get before you spend any money on it", BioWare's Mark Darrah said at EA Play 2018.
Given that E3 2018 takes place in Los Angeles, the advertised event times are in GMT-7.
While the game was designed from the ground up as a four-player co-op, the devs confirmed players would be able to play through the game solo. Digital Extremes also brought a few PvP options to its co-op sci-fi game Warframe, and while Warframe's PvP didn't resonate as strongly with players as Wildlands' Ghost War did, those same players still appreciated having the option.
Vince Zampella got some air time to announce that his studio, Respawn Entertainment, is developing a new Star Wars title named Star Jedi: The Fallen Order. Release dates for this content has yet to be announced. Paired with the fact at least one announcement leaked, EA's conference got E3 off to a slow-and-steady start: read on for the full list of what the publishing giant announced.