After one of the biggest launches in recent memory, the game developers at BioWare are constantly trying each and everything they can to make completely sure that the game Anthem has a great future. This has included many different fixes and new content to arrive post-launch of the game, and with a lot more on the way, the game development team is likely grinding away at getting each and everything in the correct order. That said, a brand new update is arriving in the very near future and it will be bringing a whole complete host of goodies for players to fully enjoy, including a brand new Stronghold as well as a bounty of bug fixes and a lot of improvements for the Anthem game.
The community of BioWare company lead Andrew Johnson recently took to social platform Twitter to completely reveal that the next big and major update for the game Anthem will be arriving on the date of April 23rd. It will contain The Sunken, that is the next Stronghold of the game that is to be introduced, as well as all of the other major improvements. In addition to this, they will be providing a new and updated look at their calendar of 90-day.
Along with the new update, there will also be some downtime of the maintenance, that is set to take place from a time span of 7 a.m. until 12 p.m. CT on April 23rd, so carefully plan your play time in an according way. Here is to hoping this particular update helps the Anthem game move in the right direction for the game developers and players alike.
The game Anthem is currently available on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. For more data and information on the game, here is a snippet from our review that is quite official:
The Anthem game really seems to honor its promise of feeling is completely new, but with the fans of BioWare in mind. At first, my impression was that it did not completely feel like a game of BioWare, but as time went on, I realized that was not quite true. It both feels quite similar to a game of BioWare company in terms of interaction, but technically, it feels very new and latest. As a hardcore franchise fan of BioWare myself, that is not quite a bad thing. It is new, and a bit buggy, but it works in a fine way.
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