In a thrilling revelation, Ubisoft unveiled an in-depth preview of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, an immersive first-person exploration game where players immerse themselves in the role of a Na’vi brought up by the Resource Development Administration (RDA). The much-anticipated release of Ubisoft’s Avatar game is scheduled for 7th December 2023.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Official World Premier Trailer
The unveiling comprised a compelling trailer that delved into the narrative of Avatar, coupled with an elucidation of the gameplay within the Frontiers of Pandora. The player takes on the persona of a Na’vi, who was abducted and indoctrinated by the RDA, being moulded to wage war against her own race.
However, post the RDA’s withdrawal from Pandora, our unnamed Na’vi protagonist embarks on a journey of self-discovery. She rekindles her connection with her Na’vi roots, mastering Na’vi combat techniques and survival skills in preparation for the RDA’s impending return.
Gameplay Elements and Mechanics in Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
The gameplay mechanics bear striking resemblance to Ubisoft’s other open-world shooter, Far Cry. The player must traverse through Pandora’s exotic landscapes, dismantling the scattered RDA strongholds. They can utilise an arsenal of Na’vi weaponry such as bows and staves, alongside RDA armaments like machine guns and rocket launchers.
The player will also need to engage in hunting to provide sustenance for the Na’vi in their struggle against the RDA, and commune with Eywa to obtain new capabilities and hone their Na’vi skills. Additionally, players can form bonds and christen an ikran, providing an aerial steed for navigating Pandora’s terrain. A skill tree will be available to enhance mobility, mount-riding abilities, and more.
Ubisoft asserts that this highly anticipated rendition will offer both single-player and two-player co-operative modes, with a design focus on maximising the capabilities of the new-gen consoles.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora holds canonical significance to Avatar: Way of Water. Ubisoft Massive collaborates closely with James Cameron’s team to meticulously craft an interactive representation of the western frontier. The game will introduce a completely fresh character and, at this stage, it remains uncertain whether we’ll encounter Jake or Neytiri in the gameplay. Further information will be unveiled as we edge closer to Frontiers of Pandora’s launch on December 7.
For a comprehensive list of all the announcements made at Ubisoft Forward, we’ll be covering the lot right here on GLN.
Avatar: Frontier of Pandora is slated for a December 7th release date for Windows PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, PS4 and PS5.
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