It is hard to believe that the last time we had something truly major for Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora, we were all able to meet up in person at E3. Now we jump forward to now and we have a whole lot more to look at after the Summer Game Fest and the Ubisoft Forward that just took place. Mostly online for so many fans out there, but that does not change the fact we have something a bit more tangible to see for Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora. All to get us hyped up for the game's release on December 7th for the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. It is not the IP that will carry on in so many ways, but I am getting off the main topic we have here.
Even though we had a taste of what was to come for Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora a while ago, now is the time we get to dive into what we are actually going to experience here. As it turns out, we will be playing as one of the many Na’vi that were abducted and then trained to work for the humans out there. Those damned humans doing all manner of horrible things out there. As it turns out, we were then discarded but placed in a stasis state for about fifteen years. Now, after many of the other things that have gone down in the world of Avatar, we emerge and are back on our planet trying to make sense of everything that has changed. All while trying to integrate back into our native species after the years of abuse the humans put us through.
Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora — World Premiere
Watch the World Premiere trailer of Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora. Set in the never-before-seen Western Frontier of Pandora, you play as a child of two worlds, born Na’vi but raised by the RDA. Fifteen years later, you are free, but find yourself a stranger in your birthplace. Reconnect with your lost heritage, discover what it truly means to be Na’vi, and join other clans to protect Pandora from the RDA.
Set after the events of the first Avatar film, you’ll embark on a journey across the Western Frontier, a never-before-seen continent of Pandora, as you join other Na’vi clans to protect Pandora from the formidable forces of the RDA. Created in collaboration with Disney and James Cameron’s production company, Lightstorm Entertainment, you will experience a first-person open-world action-adventure game exclusively developed to maximize the power of new-gen consoles and PC.
Story and a bit of gameplay out of the way for Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora there, let us dig into the bigger showing of gameplay for us all. Here we go with another open-world game that will have us fighting as an eco-terrorist out there. We get to set out and explore the areas of Pandora yet to be seen in the films and meet up with a few other tribes in the mix. All while hunting down the various RDA facilities that are plaguing the lands and causing all manner of ecological harm. Humans are the worst. Pretty much like the events of Avatar only we are in control and will be able to use the special abilities of the Na'vi to our own use.
There is going to be the normal exploration and movement we should expect from any game like this one, just with the Avatar skin slapped on. There will be the use of ancestral knowledge in the way of skill trees. We will also have a variety of creatures we can "bond" with so we will have a solid companion all the time. Something we are going to have to use as we go in for the attack using the primitive weapons of the Na'vi and the modern ones of the humans to bring the RDA down. We have been trained for this before the events of Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora, so it makes a bit of sense. Even if it all just looks like the Far Cry template with some alien worlds added on.
Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora — Game Overview
Watch the Game Overview Trailer of Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora a first-person action-adventure game set in the never-before-seen Western Frontier. Journey through beautiful, alien regions, meet new Na’vi clans, customize your character, tame your own banshee, and master both Na’vi and human weaponry to defend Pandora from the dangerous RDA.
Is this about what you were expecting for this version of Avatar or did you think we were going to get something massively different? Will the bonding work only one at a time or could we see all manner of creatures in the mix come about as we get further into the story? Would it be interesting to see the world healing in a real-time form after taking down the RDA facilities or will it be a quick cutscene to show how fast the world is healing? Fly down to the comment section and feel free to discuss it all. There is more for Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora on the way, so please keep your eyes open for all of that on the site.