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BioWare Opens Up On Anthem’s Single-Player Story
10 June 2018, 12:10 | Jodi Jackson
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"Every battle is unique, and every mode brings its own challenges - from the way you interact with the environment around you, to compelling single-player stories, to the next level of large-scale multiplayer that spans across multiple maps and modes".
This is a developing story.
Players will also experience massive, world-altering occurrences like Shaper Storms. However, they claim your stories are individualized in a way that makes no two runs the same. Anthem has, which could really have been EA's slogan this year, 'No LOOT BOXES!' But it will try to sell you stuff through means unknown. It's shaping up to be exactly what I'm looking forward too. The gods building this world have abandoned it but left their tools behind.
Players will get to be a freelancer pilot working with the citizens of Targus to figure out the secrets of the world and survive a looming presence of evil as you confront this world.
This story is just the beginning according to lead writer, Cathleen Rootsaert. With the news that th online game can in fact be entirely enjoyed solo, more people than ever before are interested in seeing what they've got in store.
Otherwise, the game looks spectacular. Thee will still be cosmetic DLC, but zero play to win. It's releasing in early 2019, and will follow a young girl trying to learn to balance her emotions, and return to being a human.
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