Anthem will not be abandoned, BioWare has reassured. This reacts to the concerns of the players, after presumably several important developers Dragon Age 4 dedicate.
On Twitter, lead producer Mike Gamble speaks of “many (false) speculations“about the support from Anthem, which”nothing changed” have.
Got the ball rolling beforehand Executive Producer Mark Darrah.
Anthem continues to receive attention.
Also on Twitter, he indicated that he was now working on Dragon Age 4. And in a subsequent tweet, Gamble referred to lead producer Ben Irving and Chad Robertson, Head of Live Service, as the people who are currently leading the development of Anthem. Both work at BioWare Austin.
There’s been a lot of (incorrect) speculation on this. The studio’s support and commitment to anthem HAS. NOT. CHANGED. https://t.co/uxwY3ADPRO
– Michael Gamble (@GambleMike) May 3, 2019 Manage cookie settings
That made for some Speculation among fansto which Robertson then reacted accordingly.
We aren’t working on Dragon Age 3
We aren’t working on Dragon Age 5
I guess that’s that.
– Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) May 1, 2019 Manage cookie settings
“At Anthem, we’re still 100 percent on it and look forward to showing players the new content we’re working on,” he writes. “We want to make sure we don’t over-promise you guys, so our updates on new content focus on the things that are almost done.”
A “big team” with people from Austin and Edmonton take care of them Further development and support of the game.
@BenIrvo and @crobertson_atx are your dudes to follow.
– Michael Gamble (@GambleMike) May 1, 2019 Manage cookie settings
BioWare recently moved several important features for Anthem, including you the first four-player raid Cataclysm.
Along with @BenIrvo and I, we’ve got a big team between Austin and Edmonton focused and motivated for improving the game. We appreciate your support and for being on this journey with us.
– Chad Robertson (@crobertson_atx) May 3, 2019 Manage cookie settings
Meanwhile, the studio is working to fix the base game’s issues and improve it to meet player expectations.
In addition, BioWare is also busy with Dragon Age 4, the development of which is apparently a little chaotic.
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