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Bioware's New IP Revealed, Anthem

Bioware's New IP Revealed, Anthem

Electronic Arts premiered a short teaser trailer today and will debut the first gameplay footage tomorrow, June 11, at the Microsoft E3 2017 press conference. The game will be available to buy on November 17 for PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.

Bioware's new IP finally has a name: Anthem.

Kingmakers in DUP can shape Brexit deal
Mr Timothy said: "I take responsibility for my part in this election campaign, which was the oversight of our policy programme". The party's leader, Arlene Foster, said they would have to have very serious discussions if the exit poll was borne out.

What makes i Anthem /i 's announcement interesting is that it tail-ended a speech about the evolving technology in games and EA's "SEED" division.

Andromeda, BioWare is primed for a comeback tour. In 2014, Hudson left BioWare, but development on Anthem continued.

No. 3 Halep faces unseeded Ostapenko in French Open final
And then, in the third, Ostapenko again summoned a veteran's resolve, taking the last five games after being down a break at 3-1. Ostapenko continued her feast or starvation style but watched two break points flash by as Halep withstood a sustained assault.

The nearly minute-long teaser showed a post-apocalyptic world with what appeared to be a human colony hiding away a large quadruped alien beast behind "The Wall". Oh, and a suit of futuristic armour.

Aside from the brief footage, very little else is known about the title.

London police name third attacker
The death toll from the London terror attack has risen to eight after Metropolitan police recovered a body from the Thames River. The three attackers were wearing fake suicide belts consisting of plastic water bottles wrapped in grey duct tape.

The game is rumored to be EA's response to social-action game franchises like Activision's Destiny. No concrete release date has been stated other than it will be available during the company's 2019 fiscal year. The design is stunning.


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