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Journey to Pandora at the height of James Cameron’s films

Journey to Pandora at the height of James Cameron’s films

It will arrive on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC on December 7.

This Thursday at State of Play PlayStation presented new images of ‘Avatar: The Frontiers of Pandora“, a video game whose trailer we already saw a few months ago in UbiSoft Forward.

We are faced with a project that is presented as part of a James Cameron film, and it seems to promise. The sequence gives us a look at the graphics and gameplay mechanics.

Defend Pandora in an open-world action adventure

During the game, we assume the third-person perspective of a Na’vi character who has been kidnapped and abducted Trained by RDA. “For 15 years they took me away from my world and my people,” we hear in the video.

After that time, he wakes up in a deserted location within Pandora, and is immersed in an adventure across the Western Frontier filled with stunning landscapes, creatures, and, above all, threats.

The Moon, in the Alpha Centauri A system, is under attack again, so we’ll have to do this Developing different skills And a variety of weapons to defend it from invaders.

Regarding the game mechanics, as the images indicate, we can travel on a Banshee plane and jump from one of its wings to ride a horse to explore different areas.

At the weapons level, we find the possibility of carrying out attacks using conventional weapons from a distance, for example Bow and arrowAnd advanced long-range weapons, such as rocket launchers.

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As we can see, the story is very connected to what we have seen in the films, so it is a good opportunity for fans of the series to explore this work to the fullest.

The game already has a release date. It will be available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC Next December 7. We have to wait to immerse ourselves in the exciting world of Pandora.

Images: PlayStation

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