As the capper to today's Ubisoft Forward digital show, Ubisoft announced Avatar Frontiers of Pandora, which is a first-person adventure game.
This was easily the best thing from Ubisoft's show. It looks pretty cool so far.
First-person action game, who'd have thought!
Far Cry: Blue Smurf Edition
It worked so so in Mirror's Edge.
My soul is ready.
People endlessly complained last year with the non-gameplay Valhalla trailer but now this is best in show? At least with Assassins Creed we know how the game would function. With Avatar we have absolutely nothing to go on right now.
This E3 has been very poor so far let’s hope Microsoft can pull it out of the bag for the first time in a near a decade
No. Pre-rendered on engine.
You can disagree all you want. I know for a fact that it's pre-rendered on Snowdrop. This game is at least 3 years in development already.
It even says rendered on the Snowdrop engine at the beginning of the video. Of course that doesn't necessarily translate to the final game looking that good. Ubi has a long history of doing this.
I’m really excited about this! I know it’s Ubisoft and they definitely haven’t been the best lately but I prefer being an optimist. My only disappointment is, I wish it was 3rd person.
Is there still a large fan base for this franchise? It seems late to me lol.
There are movies slated to release soon.
Even if they weren't, it's better to release a good game later on than junk that coincides with the flavor of the month ( looking at you square enix avengers game)
That's my thought too. It's been too long since the movie was out
I suppose there are people who are excited for this game. My first impression of it is that I am not very impressed. The visuals looks great but I will wait and see what the game is about. Knowing Ubisoft it will have some sort of RPG element so that they can sell you "time savers" and other types of microtransactions.
Only if you ignore the marketing for games and films for the next two years😅 People talk about it being too late for films like this while films like Ghostbusters 3 are being hyped to hell prior to releasing this year. Nostalgia is an addictive substance and they know this. It’s probably better for them that they wait longer
I haven’t seen any marketing and I had no idea another movie was being made. It’s not “retro” yet so nostalgia doesn’t factor in lol. It’s feels too late and too early for any kind of hype. People were not hyped about chick ghostbusters, they are hyped because it continues the original story line.
Wish the movie was out all ready from 2009 until the wait is worse then waiting for Xmas
freakin awesome. I loved the movie and I loved the other Avatar game
Unfortunately for me, saw this on YouTube thinking it was the next movie
That says a lot about how far graphics have come on games. When you are see them and thinking they are a trailer for a movie. To me, that is not at all unfortunate, that is awesome and tells us this game will be fully next generation. You look at the graphics here and it was extremely impressive. I think we are going to see a lot of action adventure type games this generation. You look at Ghosts, Last of Us, Uncharted, Assassin's Creed, Tomb Raider were pretty much the highlights for these games last generation. This generation we are probably going to see a flood of new games in this genre. Which I think is great! Indiana Jones and Avatar are the first new ones as an example.
Like Farcry 6, i hope they give the option of a Third person view.
Not even that game has a third person view proper. It’s only for the hub and the finishing moves. It’s to see the microtransactions you’ve paid for and that’s all really. Not a joke.
i heard its first person?
Yeah. Shamefully it is.
@fartcushion First person is awesome. Third person is also awesome.
A positive surprise.
It'll probably play like Far Cry.
I guess beyond good and evil 2 is cancelled by now......
People like avatar..? .okay then....
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