Diablo 3's former senior designer even weighed in on the discussion. Items obtained prior to the hotfix will still have the same inscriptions they had before.
A new Anthem patch was released this morning by BioWare, taking care of a few notable issues.
Inscriptions are now better for the items they are on - This applies to new items earned in Anthem (not existing ones in your Vault) - If an inscription applies only to the item it is on (gear icon), it will be useful to that item. Previously, there was the possibility to roll an inscription that would have no effect on the specific item type.
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If an inscription applies only to the item it is on (gear icon), it will be useful to that item. So instead of having one large "weapon pool" for inscriptions, you'll have separate pools for assault rifles, sniper rifles, shotguns etc. The amount of plants, metal and parts required for crafting a Masterwork item have also been reduced.
On top of the inscription changes, uncommon (white) and common (green) items will be removed from level 30 drop tables, meaning higher-level players won't be quite as swamped with weak loot - it's unclear if these will be replaced by higher-rated loot, or simply won't appear at all. Overall, these changes should make grinding for good gear less tedious. BioWare says they are still working on that change. If the developers can continue with this pace, and also provide new content, then Anthem should be able to retain its dedicated players.
"Hello, it's me, the resident BioLiker, here to tell you wot I think of Anthem, a game about which you probably already have opinions, whether you've played it or not". Are there any other changes you would like to see?