Hot off Anthem's launch on Friday, BioWare has laid out a content roadmap for the next three months.

The remainder of February will feature three free-play events: Outlaw Outrage, There Be Giants, and Shaper Surge, while March will transition the game into Act 1: Echoes of Reality.

“We understand that we have lots of work ahead of us to continue to improve the game,” said BioWare’s Chad Robertson.

“Our most recent patch – the one you are playing now — reflects your feedback ... Beyond that, we have a growing list of improvements we’re evaluating for the future. You’ll start seeing the next of those this coming week.”

Details for Act 1 are as follows. Entries marked 'Cortex Locked' indicate BioWare will release further information closer to the date.

March – Evolving World (Update 1)

  • New cosmetics: Elysian Stronghold Caches
  • Rewards: New Items
  • New Missions: Legendary Missions Phase 1
  • New Freeplay Event: Cortex Locked
  • Freeplay Event: There Be Giants
  • Freeplay Event: Outlaw Outrage
  • Freeplay Event: Cortex Locked

April – Stronger Together (Update 2)

  • Expanded Progression: Mastery System
  • Rewards: New Items
  • Freeplay Event: Cortex Locked
  • Freeplay Event: Cortex Locked
  • Freeplay Event: Cortex Locked
  • Freeplay Event: Shaper Surge
  • Freeplay Event: Cortex Locked
  • Freeplay Event: Cortex Locked
  • Freeplay Event: Cortex Locked
  • New Missions: Legendary Missions – Phase 2
  • New Stronghold: The Sunken
  • Social Play: Weekly Stronghold Challenge
  • Social Play: Leaderboards
  • Social Play: Guilds

May – The Cataclysm (Update 3)

  • Freeplay Event: Cortex Locked
  • New Missions: Cortex Locked
  • Rewards: New Items

Beyond content updates, BioWare will continue to support Anthem with patches and hotfixes. The release of the Day One patch did a lot to fix many of the game's loading issues, while improving quality of life features as well.

While Anthem is available today on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, we're still working on our review as we need to put the game through its paces after the day-one patch.

Now, if we can just get more live-action content from Neill Blomkamp, that'd be great.