There hasn’t been a lot of news on the teased open-world game that’ll take place on the world of Pandora, which we were first introduced to in the 2009 film Avatar. James Cameron‘s sci-fi epic revealed a new race of humanoid cat-like aliens known as the Na’vi. The Ubisoft-developed game was first revealed a year ago in June but never got an official release date, which may have changed.
Leaker Tom Henderson has released a tweet in regard to when God of War: Ragnarok may find its way to PlayStations. Supposedly there was a reveal planned for the day to confirm a 2022 release, which hasn’t come together. While speculating on its release, he revealed that the game Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will potentially release on November 18th.
The game will let you explore pandora as a Na’vi from a 1st-person perspective. The only other detail that is known is that the game will be open-world but we haven’t heard from the game in over a year. So, a new trailer has been long overdue and hopefully, we may find out more in the coming weeks, which is being developed by Ubisoft.
As this is a leak, we’ll have to take it with a grain of salt. If it is indeed released in November, we may get an official trailer confirming the release in the coming months. The timing also works to build into the release of Avatar: The Way of Water which will be the first sequel of the original film since 2009. So, the franchise is making a comeback in a big way.
You can check out the original trailer here: