Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has been in development for 5 years


Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has been in development for 5 years

Last year was not considered the best for a giant company like Ubisoft, but the company has some important titles such as Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora , which is being developed by the famous Massive studio that worked on The Division.

GamesRadar spoke to creative director Magnus Jansén in a new interview, who reveals that the project has been in production for at least five years as time has been spent creating an entirely new installment of Pandora and creating the tools to bring the title to life and interactivity.

At the heart of this effort was Snowdrop... our game engine. When we first met Lightstorm, Snowdrop showed our partners that we were willing to push the technology frontier. It was and remains the main basis for our continuous cooperation.

Throughout this process, Ubisoft Massive has been learning from Lightstorm and Disney. In addition to flying through the skies with alien creatures as we are accustomed to from Avatar, players will explore the jungles of Western Pandora. The world in the game will be lively and interactive, with a skill tree generated by the player's and character's progress.

We recall that the Avatar game is an open-world action-adventure game inspired by James Cameron's Avatar series. The game is being developed by Massive Entertainment and will be published by Ubisoft for current PC and home platforms as it was scheduled to release sometime last year.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will be released sometime between April 1, 2023 and March 31, 2024 for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC. Reports indicated that the game had problems which likely led to a delay.

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