In the few hours that we have of the E3 2018 it is indisputable that the game that has most impacted us at the moment has been ‘Anthem’. Since it was shown at the Electronic Arts conference with a glorious cinematic trailer, new details about the new BioWare project that we will see next year have begun to be released.
One of these data is perhaps one of those that will generate some controversy, since Mark Darrah, the executive producer of the game, has confirmed through his Twitter account that players will be required to remain connected to the Internet provided that want to play. That is, it will be impossible to play offline.
Among the responses to Darrah’s message you can find everything, among some who support the idea in front of other users who have shown their total discontent with this decision, to the point of having been key to not acquire the game.
On the other hand, we also know that ‘Anthem’ will not bet on the loot boxes, there will be no micro-payments or relationships between the characters, wanting to distance themselves from ‘Mass Effect’ in that sense. Further. neither will any PvP function be included at the beginning, which does not mean that in the future any mode that confronts the players among them will be implemented.
The ‘Anthem’ release will take place on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on February 22.