The AAA loot shooter Anthem, published by EA and developed by BioWare in 2019, is not a success in the eyes of the industry, and if anyone has never bought or played, these late-buy discount players now only need You can buy the game for 1 cent copper.
Yes, “Adventure Anthem” was originally a 3A masterpiece priced at $60. However, it has received tragic negative reviews overseas since its launch. Many internal problems during the development have also been exposed one after another. Even the development director has left. Gradually lack of interest.
Just recently, overseas player clocklava released a short Tiktok video saying that he bought the physical CD version of PS4 “Adventure Anthem” with 1 cent coins, further revealing that GameStop stores are clearing this game at a very low price, and clocklava’s discovery is not case.
@clocklava Shout out to the guy at Gamestop for being an actual G tho. #anthem #ea #apex #apexlegends #gamestop ♬ Duel of the Fates ( Star Wars) – Rob Starr & The Hollywood Singers and Orchestra
Earlier this month, Reddit villager Spider-Man_Fan_123 also said that he bought 37 physical disc versions of PS4 “Adventure Anthem” for less than 50 cents.
In fact, this is a fairly common low-cost inventory clearance method for game retailers. Although BioWare has firmly expressed its unwillingness to give up “Adventure Anthem” in 2020, EA still announced the termination of the development of “Adventure Anthem NEXT” in 2021. Let this online treasure game slowly move towards the fate of death.
It is worth mentioning that the price of “Adventure Anthem” has dropped to $10 in October 2019. In April this year, a Reddit villager also Po wrote that he spent $2 to buy “Adventure Anthem” should be considered worth it, after all He thinks it’s a 3A work at least, but no one thought that the price drop was as low as 1 cent.
This is reminiscent of the 1983 Atari 2600 launch of “ET Alien”, one of the most famous and most money-losing video games of the last century, when the game cartridges were buried in Los Alamo, New Mexico. desert.
Maybe some players want to buy at a low price, maybe they want to leave a commemoration or proof that EA launched a failed game, or it may simply be too cheap.