EA and Bioware has announced it has cancelled further development of its troubled 2019 loot shooter Anthem, citing the desire to move on to other projects.
The so-called Anthem NEXT game, which has been billed as a “fundamental restructure” of the original title, will no longer happen. In an announcement, executive producer Christian Dailey said that the Covid-19 pandemic meant BioWare had to make some sacrifices as a studio. As a result, Anthem Next won’t be completed or released.
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