Concept art pieces for the Anthem reboot show off new locations and classically-styled pirates


All we’ve heard about the upcoming reboot to multiplayer robo-suit shooter Anthem is that it’s going to take some time to get done. Since then, the Twitter account of BioWare Austin studio director Christiean Dailey has been pretty active, sharing a number of concept art pieces of the game in progress.

The artwork includes an extremely piratical pirate who looks ready to do all the piracy as well as one of the pirate hangouts, a very pretty landscape shot (even though it’s in portrait mode), and a unique looking settlement. These posts are interspersed with a couple of informational bits as well, including word of new factions and confirmation that another dev blog is on the way in the next few weeks.

For those who don’t remember, Anthem was rumored to be facing a complete overhaul in 2019, which was then confirmed by BioWare’s Casey Hudson, though this reboot isn’t being called 2.0 or Next. And while these recent updates aren’t exactly bloated with details, it at least does look like the concepting phase of Anthem’s refresh is continuing apace.

source: Twitter (1, 2, 3, 4) via VG247
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