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I'm honestly not even surprised. Anthem never felt like anything but a copy of other successful games that found success with the "Live Services"-model. That particular niche is already filled with games, all of which demand massive amounts of time from players, so if you want to stand our or find success in it you need to do something very different from your competition, and the only thing Anthem ever seemed to have was jetpacks.



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