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Anthem is about to Undergo Its Most Drastic Ch

08/03/2019 04:58
MyrnaCarey
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Following several reports of Anthem crashing on PlayStation 4 systems, BioWare has identified the causes of the issue and is working on a fix coming next week. Revealed in a Tweet from BioWare's head of live service Chad Robertson, the developer has "identified several causes for the temp power-down crash some PS4 users experienced. Fixes for the top issues are in patch next week. If you encounter a game crash where your PS4 console won't respond, you can manually power down and restart it no risk of damage. Anthem is about to undergo some of its most drastic changes yet. If you are you looking for more about Anthem Shard Packs check out our website. A recent developer stream hosted by BioWare claimed that the next patch will host around 300 changes for the game, including one that will fix all instances of the PS4 hard crashing issue that has plagued the game's console release.

Bioware has identified several causes for the temporary power-down crash PS4 users have experienced. A fix will be issued with the next Anthem patch on March 12. Earlier this week PS4 players reported Anthem was crashing and shutting down their PS4 at random. EA was made aware of the problem and promised a fix was on the way. In the meantime, if you encounter the crash, you can manually power down and restart your PS4, without risk of damage, according to head of live services, Chad Robertson. The studio has also found zero instances of the issue causing consoles to brick; however, Robinson said to contact EA Help should you experience anything different.

This has been a surprisingly difficult article for me to write. BioWare has done a decent job of pushing out fast fixes like the 300 changes announced as recently as yesterday that add a ton of things including items like a respawn timer, a fix that Defender Rifle bug, and add easier access to expeditions. In addition, even with its flaws, I'm genuinely having fun messing around with endgame builds alongside my friends who are still playing. Seeing what kind of dumb, or even borderline broken builds you can make is surprisingly fun, and it's what keeps me coming back to a grind which mostly consists of running a few missions and hoping for god roll drops.

There is an excellent game in Anthem, somewhere. Rich, in his Anthem PC review, characterised its potential as a glimmer. That flicker of promise can be felt when you start a mission on a precipitous ledge, with the vast expanse of Bastion's beguiling world dragging you in by your battlesuit booties. Then there is the relentless thrill of kickstarting your Javelin into flight mode with an earth-shattering boom. It's there when you plunge into the water to cool your overheated jets before taking revenge on your enemies with sublime skill. In many ways, with Anthem, BioWare perfected the art of flight.

Anthem is pretty different from Destiny 2, on a fundamental level. But on an even more fundamental level it's similar: it's a loot shooter that's all about creating satisfying, repeatable content that you can farm for interesting loot and the ability to feel increasingly powerful.



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