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Ubisoft Reveals Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora

 

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Today, Ubisoft unveiled its upcoming Avatar game, which has been developed by Massive Entertainment for the past few years. The game, set to hit the market in 2022, is from the studio behind Avatar. In addition to the first trailer and the unveiling of the game’s release window, Ubisoft also confirmed that the game will be released for PS5, Xbox Series X, PC, Amazon, Luna, and Google Stadia in 2022.

Four years after the announcement, we finally got the first glimpse of Ubisoft’s avatar game Massif, which will be released in 2022. Today, Ubisoft Forward unveiled a brand new avatar game that is in the works.

Watching the trailer, the game is flooded to bursting point with exotic creatures, diverse and unique flora, and a conflict with humans to invade. The Avatar video game, which was first shown at Ubisoft Forward E3, has now been unveiled.

The long-awaited avatar game will take players with new characters and creatures into new, previously invisible parts of Pandora.

This is not Ubisoft’s first attempt at an avatar game as they had earlier a game based on the first movie. The game was shot in 2009 when the film debuted. It didn’t go down well, but it was one of the last notable efforts Ubisoft has made to release a binding game to a major blockbuster movie.

Ubisoft showed a movie trailer with dogfights between the soldiers and inhabitants of Pandora and the exploration of a large, lush world with several unique monsters for the characters. The trailer showed heavy aerial battles between local helicopters loaded with film equipment and people.

AvatarUbisoft pointed out that Ubisoft’s long-in-development Avatar game will be an ego-action adventure, and that it will focus on the battle between Navi and humans for their industrialization of the eponymous planet Pandora. Players take on the role of a navigator who explores the western border areas of Pandora.

The game, which is based on the highest-grossing movie of all time, Avatar, will hit the PC and next-generation consoles next year, the company said. The new game is an open-world first-person action-adventure developed by Massive Entertainment. Massive Entertainment is one of the company’s own studios and is responsible for the likes of Ground Control and Far Cry 3 as well as the division.

Frontiers of Pandora is a first-person action-adventure powered by Ubisoft’s snowdrop engine and set in the beautiful flora and fauna of Pandora. The trailer gives us a look at Pandora, who looks just as stunning as in the 2009 movie, and her strange creatures that live on the flora.

AvatarIt’s part of a summer game, but it’s the first proper E3-style showcase in years, and it’s a bit underwhelming. There is no indication that the new game is in the first person, except for the good graphics, which is amazing when you can recognize them. We know that the game runs on an updated version of Ubisoft’s Snowdrop engine and plays in the first person.

The game will be released in 2022 for Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 5, PC, and Stadia Luna. Ubisoft also gave a look at Riders of the Republic, an extreme sports game that was announced in September at the Ubisoft Forward Event and is scheduled to be released on February 25.

AvatarAnd who knows, maybe I’m the only one who missed the memo, but the Avatar movie is a kind of cultural icon for the franchise. From the games to Avatar Land to Disney World, everything feels like a glimpse into an alternative universe, and the film has a lot of cultural shackles that only one can exist.

 

The E3 2021 is here and the biggest video game event is just around the corner, and you can stream it live this year. Ubisoft is one of many to be shown at E3 this summer, with games starting with a series of announcements, many of which are yet to come. Nintendo, Xbox, Bethesda, Square Enix, Sega, Nintendo, Xbox, Bethesda, Ubisoft, Capcom, and others will all post new video game announcements, trailers, release dates, and more.

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