One of the fun things that was introduced on the Normandy in Mass Effect was the fish tank. It was a little thing but it and other novelties in Shepard's quarters had a great immersion factor. Now I don't expect that in a shared-world space we would have the opportunity to have our own quarters (maybe). But in saying that having any type of quarters would add a sense of belonging. Like Shepard we could find unique items in our exploration to add to a shelf in our quarters.
We need to feel entwined with the world of Anthem, a part of Fort Tarsus not just characters going to one event after another. Not having a bed or a pot to, well to use, like we did on the Normandy won't give you that personal feeling of place. BioWare has had a history of making us feel connected to our companions and our environment, like any great story. I hope BioWare will continue this tradition in Anthem with a place we can call home, not a storage locker that you stand in front of while going into your inventory.
What's your thoughts on this?