No time like the present. Personally I hate the game because of how much it sucks, but some people actually pretend to like it enough that I think newer players might find reason to pretend to like it too.
Also, we’ve got achievements, if you’re into that kind of thing. Not me, totally over it.
Somehow, I think it’s hilarious that for a game where one of the classes is readily identified with Iron Man, they chose to use a song by Ozzy, even though it’s a different one.
I’m going to guess it’s a live-action short/commercial.
If anyone is looking for pre-order discounts, Newegg has codes for both versions @ 10% off.
Has to be. And that’s a pretty big name to have involved in your marketing campaign.
I think for every version except the Xbox online codes, it’s $10, which comes out to better than 10%. Strange they don’t seem to PC Legion of Dawn edition.
I don’t know what the source of this image is, but according to it, US players with Origin Access may actually be able to play on the evening of the 14th:
If you look in Origin, it says 2:30 PST/5:30EST
Yea, great news about Anthem is that Oats studios is making something for it.
Polygon released a huge feature on Bioware and Anthem:
That… seems… high.
It does. And I worry about what happens if they fall short.
One thing in my jonesing to play a bit more of this is just how beautiful it looked in 4k on the xBoneX.
A teaser for a teaser seems unnecessary.
Hmmm. Thought maybe this was going to be about Helena Tarsis, but it is being described as being “decades before” the game. That would have to be a whole lotta decades.
Only available from origin too, apparently.
Man, hype for this game seems to have evaporated in my online social circle after the launch of Apex. I had three friends planning on getting the game and I was considering joining them, but all of them have opted out now because they’re all playing Apex. I wonder if that anecdata is a crazy outlier or if there’s a wider impact? This just seems to make it a lot harder for Bioware to hit what I thought were already unrealistic sales targets.
It’s just another textbook example of EA cannibalizing itself, ala BF1 and Titanfall 2 releasing a week apart in 2016.
You’d think they’d learn.
And no, you aren’t imagining things. Apex hit 10 million users in 3 days. Fortnite took a week to hit that mark. And Apex hit 25 million in a week. In took Fortnite 3 weeks.