New Anthem cinematic trailer is here to blow your minds!

New Anthem cinematic trailer is here to blow your minds!

EA's E3 press conference on Saturday ended with a big, Anthem-loaded bang. EA has more than 300 million registered players around the world. You have to register here, but once in, you'll have a chance to play the Battlefield 5, new EA Sports games and more. They have taken a step back, overhauled the progression and changed all loot boxes to cosmetic items only, adding a new hunt mode which has been hugely popular so far, and are now in the process of updating the squad system to improve they way the game is played. "It gives us an opportunity to drop in an event that changes the game play for everyone". Little else was shown, apart from a tank driving clean through several buildings, which is always nice. Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 has swiped the Champions League license from Rivals Konami and PES.

We then get an update to the future of Battlefront 2. The renowned company has announced that this new BioWare game will be released on February 22nd, 2019, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It's not yet ready for public consumption, but it's in the pipeline, apparently. But the big reveal was that not only is the game finished in development but it's available to buy and play right now.

At least you didn't take the cringe-crown early this year (there's nothing quite as meme-worthy as the past few years), but I think the word of the day is "underwhelming". At the end of the day, that's all that can really be asked of a developer: set out to make the best version of the game. The title of the game is Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order and will release Holiday 2019. Here's our short list of what we expect to see at the show. A demo has been shown, with it being played by two players, and it looks like a nice step forward from the original. This will be a dark toned game that takes on strong topics such as loneliness and sadness.

Next, there was a look at the new destruction mechanics that the game has to offer.

There will be paid for cosmetics and vanity items, but there will not be any no loot boxes or pay-for-power options. More information about EA is available at www.ea.com/news. Anthem won't have any sort of PvP when it launches next February, but Darrah was careful to include an "at launch" in his response, suggesting that BioWare plans to add a PvP mode in post-launch.