E3 2018: Anthem Full Reveal, Gameplay Footage, and Release Date

Monday, 11 Jun, 2018

A few things were already known to showcase at EA's press conference such as Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 and Battlefield 5.

Moreover, EA stated that the game will not feature any loot boxes.

As long as you have a solid internet connection, the promise is that anyone will be able to easily stream an ever-expanding library of games.

The big reveal from this segment, however, was the confirmation of a Battlefield V battle royale mode. He announced Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order.

One of the big questions about Anthem has always been how BioWare will fit its usual penchant for grand, player-centric stories into a multiplayer-focused experience.

Each Javelin has its own unique abilities and the game revolves around how your enemies have found a way to harness the Anthem of Creation. Instead, it simply confirmed that the game would let players fight as a Jedi in events between episodes III and IV of the film series.

The first Unravel is actually a genuinely charming little game and well worth checking out. Created by Berlin-based studio Jo-Mei, Sea Of Solitude is based on its creator's own struggles with loneliness. The javelins will have customizable gear, which will affect the gameplay, and some visual options to add as well. The game will release on February 22, 2019.

While the release date was perhaps all we needed, there still wasn't a whole lot showing BioWare's signature style on the Destiny-like title - which may prove worrying to some. The haunting yet handsome tones set in the game explore the story of a young woman who turns into a monster due to her loneliness.

As it revealed past year, BioWare reiterated that Anthem is an online multiplayer role-playing game that you can play solo or with friends.

The highly anticipated action title is set for release on February 22, 2019 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Players will be able to see what they're going to buy before they drop their cash on items, and there's no pay-to-win with in-game purchases.

There are four different types of Javelins (the Ranger, Colossus, Interceptor, and Storm), but as BioWare highlighted during the presentation "you're not your suit;" meaning it sounds like while you can customize and outfit a particular class of Javelin, you're free to swap between them.