Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora currently slated : Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, an open-world adventure game root in James Cameron’s Avatar universe delay. According to a Ubisoft financial report.
It slate to release before the end of 2022, but that date has move to the next fiscal year. Therefore it will now either release in 2023 or 2024.
Additionally, it will miss the opportunity to capitalize on the December 19 release of the next film, Avatar: The Way of Water.
Although Frontiers of Pandora is a stand-alone adventure and not based on the film. December would have the ideal month for the game to debut since they could have promoted each other and may increase sales.
The story GlobeNewswire distributed doesn’t adequately explain why it postpon. Only this: “We dedicate to producing a cutting-edge immersive experience that fully exploits next-gen technology.
Since this outstanding global entertainment brand offers considerable multi-year potential for Ubisoft.” is all Ubisoft has stated. However, since the game’s introduction at E3 2021 has gone unaccompanied by any gameplay, it’s probable that it still needs more development time and isn’t ready for a 2022 release.
There have been other Ubisoft delays as well. According to the source, the studio was planning to release another premium game this year. Even if it was a lesser game.
This game’s actual nature is unknown. However, it will also release in the 2023–2024 fiscal year.
The remaining 2022 Ubisoft releases seem to impact. The release dates for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope and Skull & Bones are still set for October and November, respectively.
The fact that Ubisoft will reveal its next Assassin’s Creed game in September is also a reminder. This announcement will probably occur during the Ubisoft Forward conference that month.
In case you were wondering, the story says nothing about the sequel to Beyond Good & Evil, which has been missing for a very long time but was told to still be in pre-production earlier this year.