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Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Debuts at Ubisoft Forward E3

Ubisoft revealed Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora at its Ubisoft Forward E3 press conference. The agency confirmed a cinematic trailer that featured an air battle between troopers and the dwellers of Pandora, exploration in a giant, lush world, and a quantity of different distinctive monsters, characters, and mounts. Based on the James Cameron movie, the game is powered by Ubisoft’s Snowdrop Engine. The recreation launches in 2022 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC, Stadia, and Luna.

Ubisoft says that the game will attribute a “new, standalone story” open air of the prevailing Avatar universe, though the trailer appears to level out some acquainted faces. Players will take the place of Navi and uncover the Western Frontier area of Pandora. The trailer contained a quantity of photos of the planet’s enticing environment, many of which shall be acquainted with moviegoers. The trailer moreover reveals Pandorans utilizing quite a few creatures, suggesting that mounts may play a component in touring the world.

The trailer was delicate on the battle, nonetheless, one part did current what appears to be an invading human navy landing on the luxurious alien planet. Characters take flight on quite a few winged creatures and avoid enemy gunfire, which might suggest an air battle (or at least journey) mechanic. The trailer ended with a look at the large world of Pandora, inviting pleasure and exploration.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora was first launched in 2017, primarily based on Kotaku. While this isn’t the first on-line recreation to come back again out of the Avatar universe, followers are hoping it will at least be larger than the critically panned James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game. Frontiers of Pandora will launch in 2022.

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