After about a month plunged into absolute silence, Anthem reappears to announce the 1.2.0 update, which is now available for download. Of course, it introduces expected improvements such as error correction, balance adjustments and improvements to the interface, but the announcement also includes an important announcement: the inclusion of a test server.
Among the most noteworthy news is the possibility of making quick trips on the map during the free exploration mode, highlighting collectible objects with a & quot ;? ” symbol when we approach them and even markers to indicate the appearance of enemies that drop loot secured when dying. There are also three legendary missions (replayable history missions on a higher difficulty) and an improved interface for gestures that can be accessed from the B key (MKB) or the lower button of the cross (command). Finally, the loading screenshots now show information about the story depending on where we are.
On the other hand, the promising Cataclysm -one of the most important endgame contents of the game- still does not give signals life, but it seems that it will not reach the game without more. Instead of surprising if without warning when it is ready, BioWare will soon launch a public test server (PTS) for the PC version where it will make new contents available to fans before they reach the rest of the world, and from this way to gather impressions and comments in advance. ” While this will not solve all the current problems, we want to keep listening to you while we improve Anthem, and the PTS is a great way to do it ” comments Jesse Anderson, representative of BioWare.