Thursday, December 6, 2018

Anthem Game Awards 2018 Trailer

Brand-new footage from BioWare's online multiplayer game Anthem is released at Game Awards 2018.

Developer BioWare is returning to race of great game making and helming an ambitious project that is the first new IP for publisher Electronic Arts in a decade. We are talking about upcoming third-person shooter Anthem, which is due to February 22, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The studio already revealed major gameplay details during E3 2018 and a trailer alongside their stand with cross-play. Recently, they made a show at The Game Awards 2018 by releasing another spectacular video of their anticipated title.

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Anthem Game Awards 2018 Trailer

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The newest official trailer of the game explores further into the story and it offers an extended look into the futuristic world.




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The video opens up once again on how Freelancers are fighting for generations to keep a remaining part of humanity from the hostility of a world that hides a lot more than it reveals. The Shaper gods that created the world has abandoned the planet long ago.

A mysterious force that is known as the Anthem of Creation which surrounds everything and impacts the life of everyone is the main focus of all. Moreover, there is a big-bad guy who seeks that absolute power for him to wield and has some sinister plan in mind for sure.

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Even though BioWare is renowned for their work on the Dragon Age series and Star Wars: The Old Republic, they failed to live up to expectation with Mass Effect: Andromeda; the last entry in Mass Effect series. However, the game looks promising enough to live up to their name and create its own legacy.

The closed alpha will be available later this weekend and the world of Anthem will open up for select players who sign up on the EA community website. Though the alpha program will be limited to some extent, it will be stress testing the servers while tweaking the matchmaking.