Bioware Admits, The Launching Of Anthem Was Rough Than What They’ve Expected

Bioware Admits, The Launching Of Anthem Was Rough Than What They’ve Expected

Bioware Admits, The Launching Of Anthem Was Rough Than What They’ve Expected

Bioware Admits, The Launching Of Anthem Was Rough Than What They’ve Expected

It’s been a rough month for Bioware so Casey Hudson, its general manager has written a post-launch update about Anthem. The write-up acknowledged some issues on the shooter game, and he shows confidence about its future.

Bioware has been communicative since the launching of Anthem, even if what it should say isn’t actually good news. Hudson has an analysis of the launching, and it seems honest, even if some of the problems might have been understated.

He said they’ve launched a game meant for the fans, and they want them to feel that it’s essentially fun. It’s just that they’ve had some issues, which were undetected at first until the game has been popular where it’s been played by millions. Hudson said they’re disappointed about it because a lot of fans were frustrated too.

Fans are familiar about the setbacks Anthem had experienced during the launching, especially if they’re old-timers in online gaming. However, as Steven noted in his review about Anthem, it had a lot of basic troubles, which were there whether there’s a few people or a million individuals playing.

Hudson emphasized these issues have been solved. One of the most significant complains in the game is the endgame loot drops scarcity, and it’s been talked about last week at last.

The GM promised there would be a lot of world events, features, and stories, which will culminate in a cataclysm event this May.

Just this March, Samuel has written about Bioware being just a distant memory. He also commented on what Hudson wrote about the update, and it focuses on the closing paragraph of the article. He said Anthem doesn’t have the same vibe of a Bioware title, and if the developer aims for that feel, then it seems a failure.

The missions in Anthem aren’t breaking completely, or they aren’t glitching. Bioware has promised a patch to fix the issues, but there are people who doubt the statement until they’ve seen the changes.

Some have spent a lot of time working on the missions and they’ve failed because of gaming issues so they’ve abandoned their ship or they’ve started all over again because an opponent wouldn’t spawn or there’s no update on a goal.

The best of Anthem will come in the future. Some fans might be losing patience already, but some people are still loyal in the game.

There are fans who believe Bioware will rise up from the setback because changes have been made on Warframe, The Division, and Destiny 2, which made those games iconic in their own ways.