Anthem: Bioware Breaks the Silence, but Postpones the Cataclysm Event

Let Anthem not have had the best post-launch support, let’s say it’s pretty much known to everyone. Many players have complained and expressed perplexity over time, due to the silence behind which BioWare seemed to be entrenched for too long.

The lack of communication Bioware was the straw that broke the camel, and the patience of what remains of the community seems to have been exhausted, after rumors of a possible transformation of Anthem in free-to-play and the inexplicable absence of the game from E3 2019.

But after a long time, BioWare broke the silence and talked again on the Anthem forum, in the person of the global community manager, Jesse Anderson, even if the news arrived didn’t seem so positive.

Anderson admitted that ” Rather than forcing it out, we want to take time and receive feedback from you, and make changes based on what we receive”, deferring de facto the arrival of Cataclysm, the highly anticipated event originally planned for this month.

BioWare has also announced the arrival of a Public Test Server for PC, although at the moment it is not yet operational and it is not clear when it will be active online.

However, a software house livestream is planned for today, in which news and details on the upcoming Anthem update will be revealed. And who knows, maybe it’s not the right time when the release date of Cataclysm will be revealed.