[UF 2023] Guess Which Ubisoft Game Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora Looks Like A Rip-Off! [VIDEO]

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has finally unveiled its first gameplay trailer, and it definitely looks a lot like a top-rated franchise…



Announced in 2021 and rumoured to have been in the works since 2017, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has finally received its first gameplay trailer. I have to admit, it looks pretty impressive. Based on what we’ve seen so far, it seems like the game has perfectly recreated the beautiful environment of James Cameron’s Avatar universe, with its flora and fauna. However, Frontiers of Pandora doesn’t look entirely original in all areas.

The clear highlight of Ubisoft’s Forward presentation, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, has been given a lengthy 6-minute gameplay trailer. True, plenty of CG footage is woven between moments of actual gameplay. However, the trailer gives fans an in-depth look at some aspects of the game. However, these elements may look a little familiar to Far Cry fans.


Will Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora be a Far Cry spinoff?!


The overall gameplay structure of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora seems to be very much following Far Cry. Players are plunged into an expansive open world. They are tasked with taking down an evil organisation that has built camps in an otherwise beautiful landscape from a first-person perspective. Along the way, players must encourage local factions to join forces to fight the evil organisation.

But that’s just the beginning. Much of the game mechanics are almost straight out of the recent Far Cry games. At one point in the trailer, when the player’s character is looting an RDA facility, he slides across the floor, shooting a bow and arrow.

If it weren’t for the blue arms holding the bow, some fans might think that this scene is one from Far Cry 6, and this comparison is only strengthened by the introduction of human weapons such as assault rifles and shotguns.

The narrator of the gameplay trailer also announces that crafting will be a big focus in the game. This will be the primary way to develop player characters and their weapons. These upgrades and crafting materials can be found by harvesting plants and wildlife, again, something that feels right at home in a Far Cry.

However, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is not a simple Far Cry clone. While it undoubtedly shares a lot in common with Far Cry, the game is not without its own unique features and mechanics. The most significant difference between Far Cry and the game is that the latter focuses on aerial combat. While Far Cry has featured aircraft for years, they are not usually an essential part of the gameplay, but in Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, they seem to make up half of the gameplay experience.

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