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Anthem trailer ominously warns us that something 'wants to destroy us all'

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Cecil Davis | 10 June, 2018, 13:51

Battlefield is also joining the long list of games with multiplayer mode.

And two games were outright launched during the EA Play: Unravel 2, a co-op sequel to the 2016 EA-published puzzle platformer, and Command and Conquer: Rivals, a new free-to-play, Clash Royale-like spin on the classic RTS series for iOS and Android. BioWare did say that it has built the game so that it can build new stories into this game whenever and however it wants in the future, and that's likely the key takeaway when it comes to Anthem: EA and BioWare want it to last for years.

There will be "a few surprises", too It wouldn't be E3 without a couple of big announcements coming out of left field. While no screens or clips were shown, during a casual conversation, the game's producer revealed that Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order will be set between Episode III and IV.

Oddly enough, BioWare has announced in a full cover story with Game Informer that the game will not feature any romantic relationships between players. All player characters appear to be huddled together in a hub named Fort Tarsus, protecting themselves from the hostility of a world in constant flux. Created by Berlin-based studio Jo-Mei, Sea Of Solitude is based on its creator's own struggles with loneliness.

No new gameplay details, except for the introduction of Champions League, which will probably help them to get away with it for another year.

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The game will be available on Android and IOS, with the title available as a pre-alpha on Android now.

Anthem is due out on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One on February 22, 2019.

The team confirmed that this isn't an MMO, but something different.

Unlike Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo's events, EA Play will feature games from just one publisher: Electronic Arts. Out on missions, however, players will be able to bring three friends along for the ride.

Originally conceived as a single player open world adventure in the classic BioWare vein, Anthem, sees the team combining some new ideas into their old classic RPG formats. "It's what we call "our world, my story". It sounds like more Javelins will be added post launch.