The open world action/adventure game Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is currently being developed by Massive Entertainment, according to Ubisoft leaker ScriptLeaksR6. He tweeted over the past few days that the game would have a currency pack, welcome pass, and season pass, all of which would probably need to be bought with real money. This might be comparable to the most recent Assassin’s Creed games, which also included microtransactions even though they had no real effect on the gameplay.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will also have an online co-op component, though the leaker was unable to provide any additional details. It’s possible that Massive was inspired by Far Cry in this case, which supports two-player drop-in, drop-out co-op. In any case, they are all components designed for live service games, which is not surprising given that they are the core of Ubisoft’s lineup.
When he revealed that pre-orders would go on sale soon and would include the so-called The Child of the Two Worlds Pack (one character cosmetic set and one weapon skin) bonus to entice customers, ScriptLeaksR6 started a series of leaks on Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.
A few days later, the leaker posted a few in-game screenshots to Twitter, but Ubisoft later removed them through DMCA action. However, the most interesting leak occurred just two days ago when ScriptLeaksR6 published the complete Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora product sheet.
According to what we know so far about the Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora story, the main character was kidnapped at a young age and trained to carry out the orders of the human RDA faction.
They may have managed to flee and will now fight back against the invaders, according to the hints. Additionally confirmed were character customization, skill advancement, crafting of equipment and weapons. The product overview mentions a bow, spear-thrower, assault rifle, and shotgun as possible weapons. The game features aerial combat as well, and players can soar through the air and travel to distant locations with the help of their own personal banshee creature.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, which was initially slated to debut in 2022 but was postponed to the fiscal year 2023, will now form the core of Ubisoft’s lineup for the year, even more so if the delays for Assassin’s Creed Mirage and The Crew Motorfest prove to be true.