The upcoming first person open world action-adventure title was recently delayed from 2022 into fiscal year 2023-24.
The first person open world game was due out before April 2023, but is now expected to launch between April 2023 and March 2024.
Rumors indicate that Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will be hitting PC, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and Stadia on November 18, right in the middle of release season for games.
Ubisoft's upcoming free-to-play titles will also "benefit" the company and are in the "final stages of development" with tests currently ongoing.
Massive Entertainment is inviting those who stay in Malmö, Denmark to playtest for the upcoming first-person sci-fi title.
Known insider Tom Henderson claims Ubisoft is planning announcements and updates for as many as 20 games, and many of these could possibly arrive in a single big event.
Ubisoft has provided a brief outline of what its output is going to look like for the coming fiscal year, including the relentlessly-delayed Skull and Bones.
With the new year upon us, there are tons of highly anticipated games to look forward to. Here are 45 big releases coming in 2022.
It will build on Avatar's "amazing science fiction world" which is "a great playground" as per Disney and Pixar Games VP Luigi Priore.
The upcoming open world game's developers say that ray tracing is going to be baked into every version of the game, with lower-spec PCs using software-based ray tracing.
The developers at Ubisoft Massive take a look at the latest iteration of the Snowdrop engine and how it leverages the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
"The more technically excellent it is, the more capable it is of taking you from where you are and into the world of Pandora," says creative director Magnus Jansén.
From data streaming to world design to artificial intelligence, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is doing things it would not have been able to do on older hardware.
With E3 2021 finally behind us, let's take a look at all of the big new titles announced. Whether it's new IPs or sequels, there's a lot to look forward to.
Ubisoft Massive head David Polfeldt is leaving the developer and will return to Ubisoft after taking a six-month sabbatical.
Play as a Na'vi who explores the never-before-seen Western Frontier of Pandora, teeming with new characters, creatures and RDA forces.