A Ubisoft ended his presentation at E3 2021 announcing a big surprise: the Avatar game. Entitled "Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora", the release is scheduled for 2022. The ad caught everyone by surprise during the event. The game will be a partnership between Massive Entertainment, Disney and Lightstorm Entertainment.
As we can see in the first images released by Ubisoft, the game will be in first person and open world. The game turned out to be very beautiful and there is no way to know how the story's relationship with the James Cameron film that broke records on its release in 2009 will be.
According to Ubisoft, the game will only be for Xbox Series S/X, PlayStation 5, Stadia, Luna and PC. No information about it for consoles like Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game will have a new graphics engine called Snowdrop Engine, which will bring a great technological advance to the game industry.
Check out the trailer for the Frontiers of Pandora Avatar Game
More about the story of Avatar
Avatar is a 2009 US sci-fi epic film written and directed by James Cameron and starring Sam Worthington, Zoë Saldaña, Michelle Rodriguez, Sigourney Weaver and Stephen Lang. The film, which was produced by Lightstorm Entertainment and distributed by 20th Century Fox, is set in the year 2154 and is based on a conflict on Pandora, one of the moons of Polyphemus, one of the three fictional gaseous planets that orbit the Alpha Centauri system. .
On Pandora, human settlers and Na'vi, humanoid natives, wage war for the planet's resources and for the continued existence of the native species. The film's title refers to the hybrid Na'vi-human bodies, created by a group of scientists through genetic engineering, to interact with the natives of Pandora.
The development of Avatar started to be worked by James Cameron in 1994, having written a draft of a script, with about 80 pages, this being his first film after Titanic. Filming should have started right after this movie, and Avatar would be released in 1999, but, according to Cameron, the technology needed to produce the film from his vision was not yet available. The na'vi language used during the film was first created in 2005 by linguist Paul Frommer, and Cameron began finalizing his script and fictional universe in early 2006.
The official budget of Avatar was 237 million dollars. However, it was estimated to cost between 280 million and 310 million dollars for production and 150 million dollars for dissemination. The film was released in 2D, 3D and also 4D in Korea. The critic says that Avatar is an innovation in terms of cinematographic technology due to its development with 3D visualization and recording with cameras that were specially made for the production of the film.
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