We have known for years that Ubisoft was working on a video game of the franchise Avatar, but it was not until the summer of 2021 that we could see a first trailer. Since then, the title developed by Ubisoft Massive (responsible for The Division) has been kept in the most absolute secrecy. It is possible that it will reappear at Gamescom in August, but now there is new information. And it is that according to a well-known leaker, the popular Tom Henderson, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora would arrive in November. Specifically, she would do it on November 18, as she has pointed out in a message recently published on his Twitter account.
I don’t know the release date, btw.
To speculate though, Nov 11th would be my guess.
The next Need for Speed installation is due to launch on November 4th and sources have suggested that the current plan for Ubisoft’s Avatar title is due to launch on November 18th.
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) June 30, 2022
Everything has arisen from a thread of Henderson talking about the release date of God of War Ragnarök, which has led him to offer additional data. According to the journalist, the Sony title could come out on November 11, surrounded by the new Need for Speed, which would arrive on the 4th of that month; and from Avatar itself: Frontiers of Pandora, whose release date would be the aforementioned. Some users have not been slow to make their doubts known about it, because just a few hours ago it was leaked that Skull and Bones would arrive on November 8another Ubisoft game in a span of just two weeks when the French company hasn’t had any big-name releases all year.
Skull and Bones would only arrive in 2022 to meet the demands of Singapore
As always, remember that these are just rumours, leaks and speculation, so we will have to keep waiting for something more solid to hold on to. Be that as it may, the Ubisoft conference already confirmed at Gamescom 2022 in Cologne should be the place where everything related to Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and Skull and Bones is revealed. In addition, the French company has already confirmed that in September there would be a special event for the fifteenth anniversary of the Assassin’s Creed sagawhich has led many to speculate that the next installment in the saga and a remake of the first episode will be announced.