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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 11:37am 12/06/17 | 3 Comments
One of the longest gameplay demos to showcase the power of the Xbox One X was kept to the end of the Xbox E3 Briefing, when we got a closer look at BioWare's Anthem. Announced yesterday, we got see the game in motion. Part Destiny, part Titanfall, all awesome. After the Mass Effect Andromeda fiasco, BioWare is back in a big way.

Prior to the announcement of Anthem, word on the street was that BioWare was cooking up a Destiny-like open-world online shooter. And the results are pretty damn impressive. From the moment you read "Everything you are about to see was captured in-game running in real-time" to witnessing someone jet-packing through a lush forest environment, Anthem could be one of our most anticipated 2018 titles based on this demo alone.

In Anthem, a new shared-world action-RPG from EA's BioWare studio, team up with friends as Freelancers — the bold few with the courage to leave civilization behind and explore a landscape of primeval beauty.

With the only downside being the whole Ubisoft style, real-people talking all serious like in a demo for an online game.

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Posted 01:36pm 12/6/17
Oh, it's online?

Not excited anymore.
Posted 03:20pm 12/6/17
Yeah it has a Destiny kind of vibe... which I like. Could be awesome as a co-op action-RPG
Posted 06:14pm 12/6/17
Destiny, in the Horizon: Zero Dawn world, with mech suits
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