Bioware will be at PAX West to discuss future projects

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Anthem, Mass Effect, and Dragon Age Oh My!!!

BioWare announced on their blog post today that they will be hosting a panel at PAX West to discuss Anthem and help answer some questions gamers have been pondering at for some time. BioWare also wants to state about concerns about story within the game and how it represents BioWare as a whole.

Casey Hudson had this to say in the blog he wrote on Bioware’s site:

“We talked briefly at EA Play about how the solution is called ‘Our World, My Story’, In the dynamic open world, everything is experienced in real-time by all Anthem players  day/night, weather, and world-scale events that shape the ongoing narrative of the setting.  This is ‘our world,’ which we share as a player community.  Then when you return to Fort Tarsis, that’s actually a single-player experience, and it’s where you spend time developing relationships, making choices, and seeing consequences.  That’s the ‘my story’ part.

“But even with that description I know there are many more questions about how it will work,” Hudson continued. “To really go deep on this subject, we’ll be doing a panel at PAX where we’ll talk about ‘our world, my story, and other big questions you’ve had about Anthem.”

What seems interesting is how Hudson describes how the other projects at Bioware are being produced.

“And yes – we hear loud and clear the interest in BioWare doing more Dragon Age and Mass Effect, so rest assured that we have some teams hidden away working on some secret stuff that I think you’ll really like – we’re just not ready to talk about any of it for a little while…” Hudson says.

PAX West will take place between August 31 through September 3 in Seattle. Anthem will be released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 22 next year.

Comment below on what you think of the upcoming panel. I hope you enjoyed this article. Below is the E3 trailer of Anthem and in other news Nintendo is getting attacked for using conflict zone materials.

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