Bioware’s Anthem Will Have a Single Player Mode

Bioware’s Anthem Will Have a Single Player Mode

EEarlier this week we learned the release window for Bioware’s multiplayer action RPG Anthem, but a recent post via the official Bioware website shares that there will be a single player mode for Anthem.

BioWare’s Anthem Playable Solo

More news has cropped up as we learn that Anthem will be showcased at EA Play June 2018 as Bioware General Manager Casey Hudson shares in a post on the official Bioware website. Casey also shares that a single player mode will be part of Anthem:

…even though Anthem is meant to bring out the best parts of playing as part of an online community, you can choose to play through the story with only your friends, or even on your own.

The majority of the post talks about the importance of the role of “companionship” when it comes to Bioware games but he also touches upon their goal to have the player “become the hero of your story” and this is the reason why single player mode will be a part of Anthem.

The post also shares that they have teams working on games that are designed with different approaches as hints at a “very Dragon Age” project.

Are you looking forward to seeing what EA will be featuring at EA Play 2018? Let us know in the comments below.

Anthem will be making it’s way to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in March 2019.

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2 comments on “Bioware’s Anthem Will Have a Single Player Mode”

  1. Avatar Elhanan says:

    Maybe it’s just me before caffeine, but the notion that the Single Player aspect is not primary has me itchy.

  2. Avatar elnawawi says:

    well, I really hope they use the same concept of Dragon’s Dogma, and allow you to borrow companions from another player to play with in the offline campaign, as NPCs.

    That way, you get a taste of the multiplayer aspect while still playing solo, and it might tempt you to play multiplayer (in a more honest way than microtransactions and loot boxes)

    That’s the best of all worlds, and if done by a company specialized in building games around party and companions like Bioware, it will be for the best.

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