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BioWare updates players on what's next for Anthem

In a recent blog post, BioWare let its players know what the plans are for Anthem long-term.

BioWare's Anthem has received widespread criticism regarding everything from mechanics and lacking long-term content to broken promises. Since its launch, players have been wondering what's next for the game and now BioWare has addressed this.

In a recent blog post on the developers' official blog site, Chad Robertson (Head of live service) spoke about upcoming changes and addressed some issues.

"We hear your concerns on core issues in Anthem and are acting on it. Those systems require a more thorough review and re-working versus quick fixes. We've got a team working on that now, and early results are promising", Robertson stated, before detailing the new structure for Anthem:

"In order to address these long-range plans, we are moving away from the Acts structure for updates. Instead, we have additional seasonal updates planned for this year that we think players will enjoy. These events will deliver challenges and chases similar to what you've seen, and are built around some fun themes we're bringing to the game".

"As I've said previously, we want to be transparent with you that we know more work needs to be done to make Anthem better. We also want to ensure we're backing up our words with a great game you can play. So I don't have any news today to share about the long-term changes we are bringing to Anthem. What I can say is that we will continue to engage with you, our community, through PTS when we can show you what is coming".

Read the blog post in its entirety here.

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