BioWare's brand new intellectual property, ANTHEM, was revealed yesterday during EA's totally-not-E3 press conference. All we got was a very brief teaser trailer, so admittedly we don't have much to say about the project just yet, but what we do know is that it's going to be blown open at Microsoft's show tonight.

The fact that ANTHEM is going to be fully revealed at the Xbox presser has lead to a lot of speculation regarding whether or not the game will be an Xbox One exclusive - or even a Scorpio exclusive, whatever the heck that means. BioWare's director of marketing shot that notion down over on NeoGAF, however, confirming that the title is coming to PlayStation 4 and PC as well.

So when is ANTHEM launching? According to the reveal trailer's YouTube description - which has now been edited - the game's due to release in spring 2018. This means that it won't be in direct competition with Destiny 2, which launches in September. We bring up Bungie's sequel because, supposedly, ANTHEM has a lot in common with it - a co-op-focused sci-fi shooter. We'll see if that turns out to be the case later tonight.

[via neogaf.com]