Ubisoft’s Avatar Recreation Delayed Till 2022

Ubisoft has fairly just a few video games at the moment in growth, amongst them is one other adaptation of James Cameron’s Avatar movie. Led by The Division builders over at Large Leisure, information of the delay got here by means of a latest earnings name. It was there that the corporate revealed that the rationale behind the upcoming Avatar recreation’s delay was to make sure its launch is in keeping with the Avatar 2 film popping out in 2022. 

Avatar is the most recent recreation underneath the Ubisoft umbrella to see a pushback, alongside Rainbow Six Quarantine and Far Cry 6. Whereas many video games are being pushed again to both avoid Cyberpunk 2077’s window or due to COVID-19, this choice was made with the launch of the film in thoughts. 

First introduced again in 2017, the upcoming Avatar recreation is a piece in progress with the Large Leisure crew, the identical studio that did The Division, alongside Lightsorm Leisure, which is James Cameron’s studio, and Fox Interactive. 

Beneath the working title of ‘The Avatar Undertaking’, this is not the primary Avatar recreation to make its approach into gamers’ arms. The primary journey made its debut in 2009 for the final era of techniques and was met with principally optimistic opinions. The third-person action-adventure recreation allowed for a novel co-op expertise inside Cameron’s world and due to that, film followers had been excited to see what different gaming journeys would come of it. 

With Avatar 2 slated for a movie launch in 2022, the sport’s delay will make a coinciding launch whereas curiosity is recent. Pending no additional delays, its launch will probably be a whopping 13 years following the discharge of the primary movie.


What do you consider Ubisoft and Large Leisure’s choice to delay the upcoming Avatar recreation? Hold forth along with your ideas within the remark part beneath. 

[Source: Ubisoft via GameSpot]

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