Anthem‘s group supervisor has posted a heartfelt letter in response to a fan letter that has gained loads of traction on the sport’s subreddit. Darokaz, the group supervisor, took the time to handle every level that was made in an effort to make clear BioWare’s stance on Anthem transferring ahead, and the response has been largely optimistic.
“I have been acknowledging issues that aren’t the major ones you mentioned, but that’s because I can quickly check in on those and work with the team to see how fast we can get them fixed. I also report major issues, but until I get word back on theme there is nothing else I can say. Issues like the Masterwork Embers not dropping I can quickly bring to the attention of the team and we can get fixed. I think it’s better that I address the things I can as quickly as I can instead of nothing at all. Also, I try to avoid saying ‘thanks for the feedback, I’ll share with the team’ too many times in reply to posts :)”
Darokaz closed the letter by thanking the group, too, avoiding any unfavourable connotations or assertions about how the Anthem fanbase has behaved over the previous month. For as many points as BioWare has had with the sport itself, the developer has remained refreshingly clear and trustworthy about how it’s transferring ahead with Anthem, and that features responses like Darokaz’s.
Unfortunately, although, nevertheless properly Darokaz and the remainder of BioWare’s employees are navigating present fan ire, the problem is de facto with why that resentment exists within the first place. Anthem has been glitchy and incomplete for a lot too lengthy post-launch than is cheap, and regardless of clearly having an ideal workforce of individuals behind it, in some unspecified time in the future the sport must ship the outcomes followers predict. That window of time, if the unique fan letter is any indication, seems to be closing rapidly for EA and BioWare.