Anthem has not only had a rocky launch, but the game has also received a substantial amount of critique from its player base, too. Now, folks at Bioware have decided to comment on what they think about Anthem criticism.
Bioware response to Anthem criticism is predictably neutral and easy-going, though it does provide us with some insight on what's driving Bioware following the game's launch. "It’s been a wild ride these last few weeks," says Casey Hudson, General Manager of Bioware.
"On the one hand it’s been a rougher launch than expected," said Hudson, quickly adding that everyone at Bioware was also aware of the fact that major online releases do tend to encounter a hitch or two as soon as they are released.
According to Hudson, Bioware has received lots of positive feedback on how fun Anthem's core gameplay loop is, but the team was also very disappointed in how many issues popped up when many players started making their way through the game. "I take that very personally, and it’s been our top priority to get improvements out to you in the fastest, safest way."
Hudson has made a point of saying that Anthem will be getting fixes and revamps left and right as the team nails down what is causing problems, but also that the team is aware of skepticism surrounding their process. The post was concluded on a positive note, saying that "the best is yet to come."