At E3 2021, we were expecting big announcements and reunions with many games. Among them, one of the most anticipated was Ancient ring, the work of FromSoftware which for years managed to keep its development a secret. However, one of the big surprises of the show came from the hand of Ubisoft Forward and the presence of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.
The new project based on the film by James Cameron confirmed his arrival for 2022 and said its launch will be exclusive to the new generation, in addition to PC and Stadia. A confirmation that surprised many players, especially since many current titles seem to maintain this union between the generations. However, the study wanted to put a little more emphasis on this decision, showing the reasons why focusing on the new generation was successful.
To do this, they have made the decision to show the players a little more the new engine with which they will seek to squeeze the new generation of PlayStation and Xbox. The culprit is the renewed Snowdrop engine, which they featured in a bit more detail in their latest dev diary where, in addition, they gave us a new look at the work.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will show the true potential of the new generation
One of the most striking aspects of this new development diary is the way the company shows how they recreated the scenarios and locations of the promising Pandora. Everything to, in addition, overtake the players who will not be able to simply browse the areas, but will also be able to visit them from above in their mounts.
Of course, we’ll get to know a part of Pandora that we couldn’t see in the movies. It is because we will have to walk the western border
What we will notice is how they will make the most of the lighting effects, one of the great novelties of the new generation. Even if, to go into a little more detail of what the work will offer us, we will have to wait a little longer since, for the moment, the launch plans are focused on 2022. Of course, we remind you that its premiere will be for PC, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5 and Stadia.