Fortunately, the time of classic “movie games” is long behind us. Games with a hot needle, of poor quality, with only one goal: to ride on a more famous work of art and to make easy and fast money from the ride. Well, it’s not that today’s corporations producing multimedia consumerism aren’t even more hungry for profit, but fortunately those movie games, at least in their former form, have left us.
Despite the trends, one big, cinematic game is currently being prepared anyway – Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. It will be based on the reality of one of the most famous films of all time, it is being prepared by one of the biggest game publishers, with considerable technical ambitions. In addition, the film Avatar received the more or less typical film game just a moment before the premiere of the first film in 2009. The then James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game was not in vain, but it was not good by any means and in a way it was one of the last great film games of the original cut.
But that’s not how the upcoming Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora should be. The game has been in development for a really long time, behind it is an experienced studio, impressive technologies and considerable ambitions. So let’s recap everything we know about this new and unique kind of cinematic game.
What will Avatar: The Frontiers of Pandora be about?
The game will unfold a separate story independent of the films, where you will go in the skin of one of the Na’vi across a previously unseen part of Pandora called the Western Frontier. According to the creators, a reactive world populated by unique creatures and new characters awaits you there. Your task will be to defend Pandora from the archenemy RDA.
What genre will it be?
Avatar: The Frontiers of Pandora is an open-world action-adventure game seen from a first-person perspective.
So how does it look in the run?
Hard to say. We’ve only got one proper trailer so far, but we’ll have to wait for some authentic, uninterrupted gameplay footage to show the key game mechanics, user interface, and details of how all the systems work.
Will Avatar: The Frontiers of Pandora have anything to do with the 2022 movie Avatar: The Way of Water?
No. The game Avatar is based on the movie ones in terms of the world, realities, systems, the functioning of things, etc. In terms of story, however, it will be a separate game, not connected in any way to the first, second, or any other upcoming film.
At the moment, however, it is possible that the game will not wink at some movie characters or events, but it will not stand on them.
Who is working on Avatar: The Frontiers of Pandora?
The creators of the first two parts of the popular The Division, the Swedish studio Massive Entertainment, are the main drivers. Similar to other big games, other studios from the publishing house, namely Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Düsseldorf, help here.
Wasn’t there already a game Avatar from Ubisoft?
Yes, he was. In 2009, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game was released. It wasn’t a disaster, but it wasn’t a miracle either. Unfortunately, we don’t have a review for Games, but Metascore 59 proves everything – and that’s still relatively generous.
Is Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora the only new game from this world?
No, the mobile strategy Avatar: Pandora Rising and the mobile MMO RPG action Avatar: Reckoning are still in the works.
What platforms will Avatar: The Frontiers of Pandora be released on?
Hra vyjde na PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S a Stadii.
When is Avatar: The Frontiers of Pandora coming out?
Due to the recent postponement, the simultaneous release with the film Avatar: The Way of Water has been delayed. The current release date is limited to Ubisoft’s vague next fiscal year. So sometime between April 2023 and March 2024.
Source: Games by games.tiscali.cz.
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