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Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora Leaked Screenshot Hints First-Person Settings

A new sensational leak would have revealed the first official screenshots of Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora suggesting that it will be mainly in first person mode.

Ubisoft has not yet shared the official gameplay of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, but unofficial sources hint that the gameplay of this game from Ubisoft Massive will soon be revealed. In addition, a screenshot of Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora has been leaked online, which seems to suggest that the game will be in first-person mode instead of third-person view. Check out the complete detail below.

Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora Screenshot Leaked

Avatar Frontiers Of Pandora Screenshot Leaks

A sensational new leak would have revealed the first official information on the Avatar game, the ambitious adaptation of the cinematic blockbuster made by Ubisoft and on which the development team has currently revealed very little information.

A source, already known for revealing information about Rainbow Six Siege, and also the source who revealed Assassin’s Creed Mirage before the official announcement, shared an image that shows the first-person action of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.

The first screenshot shows us a scene that looks like a real first-person shooter, so much so that more than one comment has compared it to an experience “similar to Far Cry”, just to compare it to another Ubisoft experience.

The second image would instead show us a piece of a cutscene, but the news would not end here: the same leaker informs that the development studio will soon share the gameplay video for those who are interested in knowing more about the game.

Currently, Ubisoft has not yet confirmed or denied this leak which would seem to be sensational, however, as we always do in these cases, we invite you to take all the necessary precautions with a huge grain of salt.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will be due out in 2024 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC. For now, we don’t know if it will be part of Ubisoft’s E3 2023 lineup, but this latest unofficial information suggests a big official reveal is coming soon.