It's a big win for Federation Internationale de Football Association and its fans and the full game will be available from September 28. And we're happy to see that it looks like its sequel will be exactly the same.
In an audience Q&A, the Bioware team behind the game teased a kind of central hub world where single-player story and character interactions will take place as well as a larger open area for co-operative combat missions. Players will wield an arsenal of Javelin exosuits, each equipped with unique weapons and abilities. Revealed as part of its new subscription service, Origin Access premier, subscribers will have immediate access to 100 games from EA and other publishers. While the specifics of the gameplay have yet to be ironed out, it looks to be a sea-based game telling an emotional story about how loneliness can turn people into monsters.
They also released gameplay footage, which showcased the mission Scars and Villainy, where the Scars, an enemy force, are producing a powerful acidic weapon.
Anthem is set to release early next year, on February 22.
Fans will also be hoping that there won't be any delays confirmed for the launch of the shooter.
"BioWare general manager Casey Hudson has commented on a potential return to the Mass Effect series for BioWare, stating that the developer "[intends] to get back to it at some point".
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This time around the emphasis is on co-operation with Yarny joining forces with a new blue friend to traverse the diverse and handsome levels and overcome the many puzzles.
This is something else that could be discussed during the EA Play event, and might even be one of the big reveals of the day.
When is EA Play 2018?
Perhaps the most anticipated game EA talked about is the BioWare blockbuster Anthem that is coming in February. More so when you consider that EA doesn't really have any big games slated for that time of the year.
EA Play will be broadcast live on June 9 at 11am PT, 2pm ET, or 7pm BST.
You'll still be building relationships and maintaining friendships, but you won't be falling for any specific characters the way we did in BioWare's previous games. They also announced two new smaller games published via EA's EA Originals programme, Sea of Solitude and Unravel Two, which will be released today.