With the demo-version of Anthem closing in, Bioware’s Executive Producer of the upcoming action RPG Mark Darrah has taken to Twitter to answer a hot question: what will be the difference between the Anthem demo and the full game?
– with only 1 story arc, I think the mission/stronghold/freeplay balance will be off a bit
– slightly less nuanced PC controls
– we’ve renamed a few things for clarity in the main game
— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) January 19, 2019
Additionally, in other messages, Mark Darrah has revealed that:
- Pilot picker in the post above refers to choosing the facial features of your character or their voice
- The demo is, in general, easier than the game itself
- There will be vanity that can be purchased both for earned and purchased currency.
More about Anthem:
In Anthem, up to four players explore and battle in a dangerous, mysterious place populated by great characters and a unique BioWare story. Players will also create stories of their own while they play, so no two journeys are the same. Javelin exosuits make their pilots powerful heroes in the world, with awesome weapons and incredible special abilities that allow for combat and exploration in a hostile environment. Players will be able to customize and personalize their suits with unique paint jobs and gear so they’ll have the right tools to confront almost any situation and look good doing it.
Anthem is developed by BioWare and will be available worldwide February 22 for Origin for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Origin Access Premier members can be the first to play the full game with unlimited access on PC starting February 15, and EA Access and Origin Access Basic members can enjoy up to 10 hours of play time as part of the Play First Trial.
You can find out more by visiting the official site.