Johnathan Warner announced on Twitter that he is moving on to "do new things".
This whole studio needs to be just shut down and absorbed. They have too much bad against them. Can't wait to see anthem with dragons.
Lately there's been too many higher ups in the industry leaving without achieving. Looking at you Jade, Amy, Casey etc.
Also the creative director of Assassins creed just left Ubisoft today as well
Because the corporate boards now design the games, not the game designers.
Dossapointing they've basically dumped anthem
Anthem was a phenomenal idea. Everyone was excited. All they had to do was deliver a traditional rpg shooter like mass effect and it would have been great. They could add the co op elements for raids but they shouldve treated it like other games...drop in drop out co op or ai companions. Wasted potential on an otherwise very creative and interesting ip
The problem was it wasn't a game they made properly. The E3 trailer that showcased the game was just an idea of a version of the game. In fact the game was supposed to be called Beyond up until it was shown on stage. That was just one of the few trailers they brought to that showing and it just so happened it was the one shown off. So then they had a few years to make that game.
Yea I read about that. Still stands that the trailer showed a really cool idea/concept for a game. The end result was 0% of the initial trailer...which makes you wonder...if the audience loved what they saw why in the 9 hells would you create something entirely different....
Exactly. The trailer was legit faked. That entire thing was not even in the game prior to its showing. The entire thing never actually made it to launch because they did other things instead.
I sourced a cheap digi key and purposely didn't install in the hope for next gen patch anthem 2.0 as game looked incredible but what a waste
The gameplay was actually fine. It's just that there was barely any content, Anthem must have been the dryest game in terms of content I've ever played. Even Sea of Thieves launch had far more content!
I'm sorry but BioWare needs to be shutdown because of EAs greed.
Grow up dude.
Yeah I wish lol but my series is still continuing. But seriously though BioWare loss most of its talent and sadly I don't want it to die but it's inevitable.
Saying 800 people should lose their job for a petty reason is shitty. Even more so during a pandemic. Just think before you post.
Why so? I say what I feel it's not like I'm being "petty" I'm stating what will be best in my opinion if you don't like what you see just ignore next time.
Facts don't care about your feelings
"Why so? I say what I feel it's not like I'm being "petty" I'm stating what will be best in my opinion if you don't like what you see just ignore next time. " Pathetic response. Easy to say when its not your job is it?
Sorry but facts don't care about your feelings
Well I'm inputting how I feel bud and again I'm sorry that my response offends you my dude. You seem more emotional than I am but hey man I'm still going to be me at the end of day and ppl aren't cut and paste we have differences bud and reality won't be friendly to ya if you've that response.
The best games in the world are made in complete silence. The more you promote and talk about your game, the more s**t it will be. It's sad to see how people still don't know how the Universe works. The laws of nature do not support such things like overconfidence combined with greed.
Ehm Cyberpunk 2077 thhey announced they are working on that game in 2012 kept their mouth shut till 2017 i think and how'd that turn out
In 2012, they announced that they would release a world-class game in every possible way. Years before they started working on the game, they were already talking about such things in public. It's like shooting in the head that day.
God, I hope EA thinks about all the money they wasted on Bioware before they purchase their next studio. All the talented devs are just going to jump ship when EA forces them to make Live Service trash.
EA is crap they force Bioware to use that stupid Frost engine,its just bad management all around
This may seem like a big deal but it isn't. The guy who was actually directing Anthem 2.0 (Christian Dailly) moved on to direct Dragon Age in December when Mark Darrah left..
Bioware has always been in shaky hands with EA and how Anthem and Andromeda preformed I don't blame the guy for leaving who knows what EA has planned for the studio.
Another one bites the dust.
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