EA just committed to a March 2019 release for Anthem, the upcoming title by BioWare. In a financial call that happened a few days ago, EA’s Blake Jorgensen revealed that Anthem “will be shipped in the last quarter of the year an in the last month of that quarter.” Now, it is important to note that EA’s financial year begins from April and ends in March.
Furthermore, Jorgensen shared that, “We’re very excited about the game. It’s extremely unique, and I think players are going to enjoy playing it, but we’re careful not to put too large of a forecast in there. And clearly, it will impact this year as well as next year as we not only continue to sell more into the next year but start rolling out the live services associated with that game.”
The game is set to release for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. EAs' CEO Andrew Wilson also revealed during the investor call that:
"Every dimension of this game will offer something entirely new for a wide audience of players--from a new universe with unique stories that BioWare is creating, to the cooperative gameplay, to the epic and beautiful environment that constantly evolves around players," Wilson said.
More details on the game are expected to come to light at this year’s E3. However, so far we know that Anthem will be a co-op title, which is probably EA’s version of Bungie’s Destiny. Have a look at the gameplay of the game from E3 2017.