BioWare and EA's sci-fi online shooter Anthem may be getting a complete overhaul in the near future.
That's according to Kotaku, which reports that the companies have been revamping the title with a new version set to be called Anthem 2.0 or Anthem Next. The details haven't been locked down yet, but it would seem that the title will be tweaked in the future in a similar manner to No Man's Sky.
The team is experimenting a great deal with what the future of Anthem looks like. BioWare Edmonton is slowly passing the responsibility for heading up development to its Austin studio, though this is apparently happening at a slower pace then many would like.
“We spent a few months just tearing it down and figuring out what needed to change fundamentally (a lot),” said one developer.
“And we’ve been rebuilding for another few months since.”
Both Anthem's lead producer and live services boss have both left BioWare in recent months. The title seems to have sold less than six million copies on launch, which was publisher EA's projection for the game.
That followed what appeared to be a rather disastrous development for the game, with production only really starting about 18 months before its launch in February of this year. As a result, EA has said it needs to revise how it releases these service-based projects.