The new game developed by Bioware, Anthem, is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated releases of the moment. With the release date ever closer, it is normal for new information to begin to emerge.
In addition to a single-player mode, the game under EA, will have similarly several multiplayer modes. Still, one of these supposed ways has now been confirmed by a producer of the game.
So on Twitter, the producer wrote, “After completing a mission, you can go back to Tarsis and talk to some of the incredible characters we’ve developed for players … OR … you can always go back to the brand new Launch Bay!”
“You can … talk to some of the incredible characters we’ve developed for the players”
“Go out with your friends, use the forge, recharge and go on a new mission. Yes, we hear you well … More details coming soon! “Certainly, this confirms the existence of a hub world in Anthem. And good, because it was something that was, in a way, expected.
Undeniably, a game of this fullness, without a hub world where you can interact with your colleagues who have the game, or even unknown players, would be a great failure!
An open-world like Anthem requires a hub world almost by logic!
However, not everything is good news. The producer said a separate tweet that Launch Bay will not be available in the demo. It’s a shame because, especially, less informed players might find the lack of a hub world a negative aspect. However, it is the fault of the development team, who did not incorporate it.
Anthem will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. You will have the opportunity to try out a game demo from tomorrow, January 25th. The game will hit stores in the second half of February.