Many are skeptical about Anthem's narrative, but BioWare Austin's Star Wars: The Old Republic pedigree (with a hint of Naughty Dog) may help the new game's story shine.
Following a curious teaser campaign last year and a reveal during last summer's Gamescom 2014, developer Bioware Austin has officially announced the cancellation of its upcoming multiplayer action-RPG, Shadow Realms.
It seems that BioWare Austin is finally moving forward, even if the studio is still hard at work on Star Wars: The Old Republic. We already knew that the folks in Austin have "several unannounced projects"
BioWare Austin has outlined their 2014 plans for Star Wars: The Old Republic, and have outlined what players can expect from them starting today through June. Among the promise of new battlezones and warzones, along with, "PvP
Looks like the cogs are in motion at Star Wars: The Old Republic's studio BioWare Austin, as showcased by quite a few job opportunity ads published by Electronic Arts, all including the same introduction, like this one