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Is “Ways To Play Chart” By EA Convincing Gamers Not To Buy Anthem?

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Releasing Demo’s before the final edition can contribute to uncertainties among the players because of the unstable version. We had seen this during Anthem VIP Demo an exclusive Access to “Premium Members” who paid extra to get a first-hand look. Next comes the Open Demo, it was speculated by the developers that they are capable enough to bring more stable edition. They had done necessary changes to handle Open Demo where the entire world will try getting a bite on Bioware’s new IP.

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Controversy regarding Micro-Transaction is already circling Anthem’s enthusiasm, and recently EA tweeted a chart “WAYS TO PLAY ANTHEM” where the info has played no role in convincing new customers to think about Anthem.

Lots of comment shows the evaporating intent of gamers, but it doesn’t seem it will affect Anthem to that extent unless EA has fail-safe plan to properly balance the Micro-transactions. Talking about various Editions it’s always a Business Model to alter the pricing, however, in the end, there is a Standard Edition.

The bugs and errors were shared on various social platforms after VIP Demo has been noticed in Open Demo also, but still, a major part of Gamers are positive about the full edition.

Talking about the Chart if you are finding it too confusing to understand then try the list below. EA just want to tell who can play and who cannot.

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Demo Access on Feb 1 –

  • Standard Pre-order
  • Legion of Dawn Pre-Order
  • EA Access (Xbox One)
  • Origin Access (PC)
  • Origin Access Premier (PC)

Early Access (Full Access) on Feb 115, 2019-

  • Origin Access Premier (PC)

Play First Trial (10 Hours) on Feb 15, 2019 –

  • EA Access (Xbox One)
  • Origin Access (PC)

Full Game On February 22, 2019 –

  • Standard Pre-order
  • Legion of Dawn Pre-Order
  • Origin Access Premier (PC)

Two more days are left for Open Demo, and the final launch of Anthem on February 22, 2019, what are your views. Will you still buy Anthem?

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