BioWare’s Anthem released earlier in February, and received favourable reviews with most people complaining about the game’s bugs, errors, and performance issues. Another issue Anthem’s community made sure their voices was heard on is the lack of content in the game.
Global Community Manager Jesse Anderson took to Anthem’s subreddit to address some of these points. Not only did he address the lack of content issue and reassured fans they are looking into it, he stated “Anthem is here to stay” when admitting the development team still has a lot to fix. He ended his message by thanking the community for their continuous support and explained how difficult it is to make sure everything is in place before talking to the public.
Lack of Content –
I’m not going to go into this too much as it’s areas that I don’t have control over, or I don’t have the exact info on how the team is addressing. Know that I relay the feedback from the community to the team on ALL of these issues. The team is aware, and they are doing a lot of work to address these concerns.
Turning a good game bad –
All I’ll say on this is that Anthem is here to stay. Do we have a lot of work to do to fix parts of the game? Yes, and the team is committed to making improvements and releasing new content.
Again, I want to thank this community for everything. The team is listening to all of your feedback for Anthem on how you’d like to see the game improve, or how you’d like to see us engage with the community differently. I know that players want to see updates faster, but these things can take time to make sure they are done right. We’re very appreciative of this community and look forward to the days, weeks, months and years ahead. Strong Alone, Stronger Together.
Anthem is available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Do you think BioWare and EA will manage to listen and correctly implement their fans’ feedback?