Anthem doesn't quite look like the type of game where there's time for romance, after all. There's game engine footage in this trailer and it's looking impressive. "And we're really excited by the way the new Battlefield is shaping up".
EA has made a similar promise for the upcoming "Battlefield V" at the conference held Saturday. The only thing better than seeing that we're going to get more yarn-based adventures with interesting puzzles and a delightful co-op mode?
For the first time in FIFA's history, the prestigious European tournament Champions League is coming to Federation Internationale de Football Association 19.
We'll have to see if the game can accomplish that sort of long life, but EA is doing what it can to ensure it is appealing before it launches.More news: Bethesda Brings The Elder Scrolls: Legends To Switch
BioWare manager Casey Hudson confirmed the title won't have loot boxes or "ability to pay for power", but will feature microtransactions for customisable outfits for each mech suit, otherwise known as Javelins. "So instead of coming out of the gate sprinting like we really wanted to, we had to take a step back and make sure we were delivering the game that our players really wanted". Its release is still a way off, but EA has stated that there is a testable build of the series at E3. It's a significant seismic shift, and it will be fascinating to see how it plays out across EA and the game industry at large.
In addition to this, EA also announced updates for Battlefront II, a free trial for Federation Internationale de Football Association 18, and Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Madden NFL 19, NBA Live 19 information. Curious? Well, you can give it a spin on PC with a free trial this weekend.
As it revealed a year ago, BioWare reiterated that Anthem is an online multiplayer role-playing game that you can play solo or with friends. Hinting that players will be put in the shoes of a Sith, the game will be set while the Jedi are being hunted.
As for the story, we're still only getting high-level details, but here's what we know. The black eye it got after the Star Wars Battlefront II backlash still stings a little, no doubt. Respawn Entertainment CEO Vince Zampella announced that a new Star Wars game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, would be debuting at the end of 2019.