In the post, Hudson explains that they [Bioware] are working on a unique storytelling solution that should make players feel like they're the heroes of their own story, regardless if they play alone or by themselves.
That line from Wilson about allowing fans to "play early" is actually garnering a good amount of online attention now, as people are trying to figure out what it means. This game will push every boundary for you. "I talked last time about Anthem being 'a story you can experience with friends.' There were, understandably, some questions and concerns about story in multiplayer".
CEO Andrew Wilson then lays on the hype, adding that EA are "deeply excited to launch this brand new franchise" calling the game "stunning and ambitious", a "fundamentally social experience", with an "epic and lovely environment that constantly evolves around players". Are you excited to hear it is possible to play Anthem by yourself? Regardless of that, BioWare aims "to capture the special feeling of being on a journey with memorable companions".
As Gamespot noted, the way Wilson put it seems to suggest that he is not just referring to the early play access that is granted to EA/Origin Access subscribers, especially since that means that players would only be able to provide feedback from five days' worth of checking out the game. He said, "specifically, I like to be the one making choices in my story-if it's multiplayer, won't the story get watered down?" You create your own character, you decide what happens next, and you become the hero.
These fans are anxious that Anthem's development and maintenance will prevent other BioWare video games from coming out, and worries that EA will shove microtransactions into the game are also a fear.
People voiced some concerns after Hudson said in a previous update 'Anthem' is "a story you can experience with friends", he said. In it, he presents the new mission statement by which all games will be developed. We'll be sharing details on how it works very soon. Later in the year, Laidlaw announced he was leaving BioWare, so it's possible this new game Hudson is teasing was the next Dragon Age, but has since been refocused into something else.