Bioware has doubled down on its commitment to have no season pass in Anthem. As for the game’s length, fans will seemingly have to figure it out themselves.
Bioware already confirmed that Anthem would have no season pass earlier last year, and in a recent response to a fan inquiry on Twitter, lead producer Michael Gamble assured fans that the developer is holding steadfast to that decision.
No season pass. Just get the game – don’t worry after that. https://t.co/On4L0wC97k
— Michael Gamble (@GambleMike) December 23, 2018
This is not to say there won’t be new content to enjoy post-launch. As a live-service game, fans can look forward to new gameplay content- along with tweaks to the core experience- coming after the game drops, and it’s good to know we won’t have to pay anything extra. Not counting the game’s purchasable cosmetic content, that is.
In a separate tweet, Gamble was goaded to reveal how long Anthem‘s main campaign will take us. The developer claimed that a length approximation is hard, given the game’s side quests and the fact that everyone plays differently.
This is a good question, but tough to answer. Everyone is different. There’s a lot of side missions, but some folks will just want to rush the main story and then hit strongholds. It’s a lot, though. Personally, I’ve only played through everything a few times. https://t.co/uXe0cXVOrj
— Michael Gamble (@GambleMike) December 29, 2018
Anthem is slated to launch February 22nd on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, dropping one week early for EA/Origin Access members. Fans can look forward to a VIP demo and public demo for the game before its official launch.
Source: Game Rant