Ubisoft Announces Avatar Frontier of Pandora

The News:

At Ubisoft Forward, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot finished the presentation by giving us our first look at Avatar Frontiers of Pandora. The footage shown was not actual gameplay but it showcased the beautiful world of Pandora. In the trailer, we see Na’vi tribe members hunting, flying in aircraft and we are shown insanely detailed creatures roaming the world. Ubisoft finished the trailer by announcing the full title Avatar Frontiers of Pandora with a release time frame of 2022. As more details become available we will feature them within this article.

E3 Trailer for Avatar Frontiers of Pandora


Ubisoft finished a stellar Ubisoft Forward with a phenomenal “one last thing” with their unveiling of Avatar Frontiers of Pandora. The footage that was shown was absolutely breathtaking and it definitely has gamers wondering if this will be an open-world game. I think I speak for a majority in the gaming community when I say we would love a free roam open world Avatar game. James Cameron is reportedly directly involved with the game and if that is in fact the case then I think it’s safe to say that Avatar Frontiers of Pandora will have an incredible story! 

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