Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora brings us back to the cinema world

James Cameron’s Avatar With groundbreaking special effects and 3D technology, the hit theater dates back to 2009 and has become one of the highest-selling movies ever. Certainly lesser known, Ubisoft partnered with the franchise to release a companion game that year. Despite a long time since its first partnership, the two teams seem to continue to work together today, as was the announcement of the Avatar: Pandora Frontier.

The new game is a first-person action-adventure where players play the role of Navi as they travel through Pandora’s location known as the Western Pioneer. There, you interact with a wide variety of creatures from strange alien planets and fight human RDA troops that can ruin the pristine wilderness.

Pandora’s Frontier is developed by Massive Entertainment and the game uses the latest version of the snowdrop engine. This is because the same engine powered Division 2, also developed by Massive. Such a big game must have been developed in partnership with Lightstorm Entertainment and the Disney movie team.

In the seeming trailer you can see above, you’ll see blue-skinned Navi interacting with different creatures in their world, but humans and their RDA war machines end up ruining the fun. appear. This led to a major aerial battle, where Navi flew a dragon-like mountain banshee to win the day.

Pandora’s Avatar Frontiers is scheduled for release in 2022 and targets PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S, PC, Stadia, and Luna.