Anthem’s Day-1 Patch is Now Live

Anthem's Day-1 Patch is Now Live

Anthem’s Day-1 Patch is Now Live

When Anthem’s Origin Access Premium Access started last weekend, we couldn’t help but think that the game wasn’t finished yet. For starters, we knew that the game didn’t allow PC gamers to turn HDR off in fullscreen mode, forcing players on PC to make do with a sub-par HDR experience if they are using a low-end HDR supporting monitor. That alongside other factors forced us to delay our testing. 

Now, EA has released Anthem’s Day-1 patch, which means that the game is officially ready for launch, adding PC’s much needed HDR options while addressing a long list of bugs and issues that plagued the game’s premium Early Access version. These fixes include a decrease in HDD loading times, better quest tracking, a fix for some infinite loading screen bugs and more. 

Full release notes for Anthem’s Day-1 patch are available to read on EA’s website, covering too much ground to list in this short news post. Now Anthem is in its release-ready state, which means that hardware testing can finally begin.   

Anthem's Day-1 Patch is Now Live  
You can expect to see a full PC performance analysis of Anthem within the coming days, though if you are interested in the PC performance of the latest releases, you can have a look at our recent Metro Exodus and Apex Legends Performance Reviews. 

The full release notes for Anthem’s Day-1 Patch are available to read here. 

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