BioWare has published the 1.2.1 update of Anthem, the controversial looter-shooter of the Canadian company that, despite a far from satisfactory launch, will continue to receive constant support from the development team in the months to come.
The software house has confirmed that it has now published the 1.2.1 patch on all the reference platforms of the shared world action game, and has therefore released the details of this new update.
In terms of content, there is no news, since the developers have basically taken care of correcting various technical problems that plagued the previous build of the game. Among the various adjustments, we have a bug fix related to the freezing of characters and enemies and some errors related to the user interface, in addition to improving matchmaking and other minor fixes. As usual, the update will be downloaded automatically, both on the console and on the PC. Please refer to this address for the complete changelog.
We remember that Anthem is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. BioWare has recently launched on PC the first Test Server dedicated to the Cataclysm: players are thus having the opportunity to try out the novelties of one of the most anticipated events from the game community in advance.