As long as Microsoft makes it backwards compatible, we need to play Anthem on Xbox Series X.
Howdy Freelancers! My last post on the subject of Anthem coming to next-gen consoles was fairly vague. I’m sorry, but I have no evidence that will allow me to come to a conclusion either way as to whether the game is definitely coming to either Sony’s or Microsoft’s consoles. What I do know is that if Microsoft allow it to be backwards compatible, we need to play Anthem on Xbox Series X.
Why Should You Play Anthem on Xbox Series X?
The Xbox Series X is the most powerful Xbox out there, or it will be come November 10. It’s going to offer unprecedented levels of gaming quality. For at a few days it won’t even be possible to compare that experience with the PlayStation 5.
It’s important to remember that the Xbox Series X has one advantage over the Xbox Series S, and it’s quite major. It will bring forward all the enhancements made to games between the Xbox One and the Xbox One X, and make them one level better. On the Xbox Series S though, there’s absolutely nothing new about those games that saw an upgrade for the Xbox One X, they’ll look just like they do now on your plain old Xbox One.
Don’t ask my why this is happening. As far as I’m concerned it’s just a move by Microsoft to try to force us to spend more money. It worked with me at least. Anyway, let’s get back to the point.
Anthem was one of the games to see an enhancement for the Xbox One X. Whatever those enhancements are, they’re going to look loads better on the Xbox Series X in particular.
Herein lies the reason that you need to play Anthem on Xbox Series X. Without those enhancements, there’s no reason to play it on an Xbox Series S. However, you may have a reason to play it on PlayStation 5, but that’s an entirely new article in itself. For now, all you need to know is that if you’re getting an Xbox Series X, you’ll want to download Anthem for it on day one.
If you’re getting an Xbox Series X, let me know if you’re downloading Anthem on day one in the comments. I’d also be interested to know if anyone with an Xbox Series S is planning on playing it too.
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