Ubisoft to Develop Avatar Game
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Ubisoft to Develop Avatar Game
1 March, 2017
Ubisoft has announced that Massive Entertainment, the studio behind The Division, is currently developing a game based on the universe of James Cameron’s Avatar. Massive teamed up with Fox Interactive and James Cameron’s studio Lightstorm Entertainment to build a new Snowdrop experience. The game is said to be released on PC and consoles, but there are no specific details as of this moment. 

Today, Ubisoft announced it is partnering with Lightstorm Entertainment and Fox Interactive to create a cutting-edge new game for PC and consoles set on Pandora, the beautiful and dangerous moon from James Cameron’s Avatar film franchise. Massive Entertainment, a Ubisoft studio, is leading the game’s development.


The announced project “will continue to expand and deepen in the Avatar universe in exciting and innovative ways along with the films.”

A little is known about the upcoming Ubisoft title, but we are quite excited to keep an eye on the development. Make sure to leave your thoughts in the comments below. 


Source: Ubisoft

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