Anthem's long-term update plans include some important changes for loot. Studio Head Christian Dailey detailed some of them today.
The future of Anthem is still incubating at BioWare right now, with more looks at the game's new content said to be coming in the future.
EA Play is still being held in its normal window this year, with the digital event set to take place on June 11.
The studio's general manager wrote in a blog post that the development team will be working on a "longer-term redesign" of the game in the coming months.
EA released its earnings report, but there was no report on BioWare or its titles.
Former BioWare general manager Aaryn Flynn opens up about the difficulties of working on EA's Frostbite Engine.
BioWare hasn't given up on Anthem just yet and is said to be working on some major next steps for the loot shooter.
EA has reaffirmed its commitment to live service games following the success of games like battle royale FPS Apex Legends.
In a new blog post, Bioware's Casey Hudson provides an update on improvements coming to Anthem.
Irving spent 8 years with BioWare and worked on Star Wars: The Old Republic along with Anthem.
Today's your lucky day if you've been waiting for more content to come to Anthem.
EA's divisive Frostbite engine apparently "wasn't even an option" when it came to choosing an engine for Star War Jedi: Fallen Order.
The anticipated Jedi: Fallen Order and titles including Apex Legends and Battlefield V will feature in this year's EA Play live streams.
After a few weeks of silence, BioWare and EA are finally ready to show off more of the future of Anthem.
That being said, there are still reports of crunch and tumultuous development periods at CD Projekt Red regarding Cyberpunk 2077.
BioWare's Anthem failed to sell between 6 and 8 million copies by the end of March like EA projected it would.
Anthem continues to be a mess.