After Ubisoft, it’s Tencent’s turn to introduce Avatar, in the form of a mobile MMORPG.
In 2021, Ubisoft announced the highly anticipated arrival of a movie-inspired adventure game symbol picture. After this promising news, it’s Tencent’s turn to take its share of the pie with a mobile game also inspired by the world of Pandora. The studio will already be developing the MMORPG in collaboration with Disney, which owns the rights to the franchise. We evaluate everything we know about the game.
Many promises and secrets
First of all, we know his name. will depend Avatar: Account It should be available this year on iOS and Android mobile devices. It will offer three distinct game modes. The first is the classic single-player story mode, which lets you explore parts of Pandora you’ve never seen before. There will also be a co-op mode, which will allow you to start games with your friends.
Finally, the third, and certainly the most important, mode will be the PvP mode where many players will compete online. In a statement, Tencent made it clear that you will be able to ” Meet new Na’vi clans fighting to defend their homeland, face powerful RDA forces seeking to exploit the moon’s resources, and meet amazing aliens. »
At the moment, no specific release date has been shared, not even a trailer, and Tencent is very conservative about the project. We can suspect that it is in an initial stage of development, so we must be satisfied with the only available image. As a reminder, the second movie in the franchise is also expected to premiere at the end of the year, so a release to celebrate that event has not been ruled out.
This year’s Pandora’s Border
If all goes well, this year will also see the release of the title Avatar: Border Pandora from Ubisoft. The latter was very conservative and did not reveal the content of his adventure. However, it promises to be one of the most ambitious games of this year 2022. We leave you with the trailer shared during E3 2021.
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