Avatar Coming in 2022: Everything We Know About Frontiers of Pandora

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We know very little about Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, which we saw for the first time at E3 2021 months ago. However, the claims about the game are quite exciting. When we consider the official statements that come from time to time after the promotion, we encounter an alien Skyrim that has become extremely realistic. Let’s take a look at the latest information we learned about the game.

The Avatar movie has become a big event with its reflection on the big screen in 2009; It broke box office records and has grossed 2.8 billion to date. Because the movie was re-released in China this year. Even though we haven’t seen a new production with this name over the years, we have constantly encountered the rumors that a new movie and a new game are on the way. We have officially witnessed the existence of the game in question for the first time at E3 2021 this summer.

It’s been months since the first trailer for Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora came out. If the trailer gave us certain information, not much detailed information was given about the game. As with every production and product whose details are not given, many claims about Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora sprouted within months. Let’s take a look at these claims and briefly recall what we’ve learned so far about the game.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will be released in 2022, according to official information. However, a definite date; even a period such as the first quarter or the second half has not been given. Even if we say that we can see the game on the shelves at any time of the year, it would be wrong, because the publisher company Ubisoft announced that the game could also be delayed after April due to a disruption in the movie.

The consoles whose future has been announced so far are known as PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, Stadia and Amazon Luna. Avatar’s sequel, Avatar 2, which will be released 13 years later, is expected to be released in December 2022. However, it is not clear whether there is a goal of removing the game at the same time.

Avatar’s game will be released soon with the new movie, at least in the same year; it made those waiting think that the game would be connected to the movie. Even before the game became official, the most dominant claims were that Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora would be based on the first movie. However, current claims argue that the subject of the game will not be based on any movie. Luigi Priore, vice president of Disney Pixar Games, confirms these with his words, “This will not be a ‘play what you watch’ game.”


Let’s get to the gameplay: According to the descriptions on the game’s official site, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora; It will be an open-world, first-person action and adventure game with realistic and immersive details. We had the chance to see the first person footage in the trailer. One of the details that appeared in the video was a mount that did not resemble the pa’li horses in the movie. This image gave us the message that mounted fighting mechanics will take place in the game. It is also possible that we will meet many new species of creatures that we did not see in the movie.

In the trailer, we also see a helicopter used by RDA, that is, people. This shows that Pandora will again be threatened by humans. The information that is entered into the site afterwards is that we will go to a region of Pandora that we have never seen before, that we will explore the special habitat here and encounter brand new creatures; and says we will protect them from the attacks of RDA

More ‘live’ NPCs:

The developer team of the game says that the NPC characters in the game will understand the world on their own. These programmed characters, each in their own time, will have different functions and will add a more lively atmosphere to the world. Not only the people of Na’Vi, but also plants and other animals will be realistically affected by the player’s presence.

The engine of the game will be Snowdrop, the Ubisoft engine used in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, South Park: The Fractured But Whole and Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle. According to the statements of the team, thanks to this engine, players will feel included in Pandora.