Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, Ubisoft’s ambitious title set in James Cameron’s cinematic universe, continues to be shredded and dismembered by leaks: this time the story, weapons, and more details have been leaked for the title. Check out the complete information below.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Story and More Leaked
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, the video game inspired by the blockbuster movie is in fact under development in the almost total silence of the company, but the first screenshots that would reveal interesting details have already been leaked on the net.
Just a few days ago some images of the game appeared on the net without too many explanations, accompanied by confirmations from well-known leakers. Leaked images that are the only things we know about the game, except that it was delayed a long time ago.
Now as per the new leak, in fact, the description of the game has been leaked online, those texts that usually accompany promotional materials, which reveal hitherto unknown details. Information that has been published on Twitter by a well-known leaker specializing in Ubisoft, who has placed a long series of tweets.
Tweets that have now been removed after a request from the copyright holder, of which we bring you a single screenshot:
According to the leak, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will see players take on the (few) shoes of a Na’vi who was kidnapped by the Resources Development Administration (or RDA) as a child and was “trained and molded to serve their purpose”. The aim of the adventure, however, will be to “reconnect with your ancient heritage and join other clans to protect Pandora.”
The game will presumably take place in Westeros, which is a continent “never-before-seen” on the planet, and will include “beautiful yet unpredictable open-world regions, where lowering your guard can lead to deadly mistakes.”
As for the action sequences, there will be a variety of weapons, both Na’vi and human, giving players the ability to vary their approach to combat.
Additionally, players will be able to capture a banshee and bond with it, evoking the atmosphere of the original movie. The banshees will be used not only for aerial combat but presumably also for long-distance travel across the open world.
At this point, we just have to wait for June 12, 2023, when Ubisoft has placed its own personal show shortly after deciding to leave E3.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is in development for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC, the game is expected to launch before April 2024 and that’s all we know.