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E3 is less than two weeks away, in case you’d somehow managed to forget, and there’s been a lot of action in the run-up to the big show teasing some of the big games we’ll learn about when it arrives. Activision trotted out Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 earlier this month, and more recently Battlefield 5 got the big reveal treatment. Bethesda’s teasing Fallout 76. Amidst it all, BioWare has taken a slightly more low-key approach to reminding everyone that it’s got something cooking too.
The stirrings are not surprising. BioWare delayed Anthem into early 2019 at the beginning of this year, although it insisted that it wasn’t really a delay so much as a rescheduling to accommodate Battlefield 5. Whatever the reason, the timing means that, barring an actual delay, Anthem was bound to have an E3 presence this year, and probably a big one.
BioWare’s general manager has also been stoking interest in Anthem in recent weeks with a monthly developer blog about the state and future of the studio, and Anthem in particular. In the most recent entry, he said BioWare is “trying something really different” in building a player-focused hero story within an online world, and promised that live gameplay and other details will be revealed at the EA Play event, which begins at 11 am PT/2 pm ET on June 9.
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