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Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora Reportedly Features Aerial Combat, Season Pass & More

Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment’s Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will reportedly feature aerial combat, a season pass, and more.

Twitter user ScriptLeaksR6, who has previously leaked screenshots from Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and details regarding other Ubisoft titles, has now revealed that the game will include aerial combat, a season pass, among other features. The series of tweets from the leaker have since been deleted in response to a report from the copyright holder i.e. Ubisoft. They stated that the publisher may shut down their Twitter account soon.

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According to the leaker, players will assume control of a Na’vi child who has been abducted by the the RDA and has been trained and molded to serve their purpose. They must reconnect with their ancient heritage and join the other clans to protect. Players will harness the Na’vi child’s strength and agility while customizing their character; crafting new gear, and upgrading skills and weapons to fit their playstyle.

In order to fight off the dangers of Pandora, players will have traditional Na’vi weapons at their disposal, including a bow and a spear-thrower. In addition, they will also be able to use more destructive human weapons, such as an assault rifle and a shotgun.

Players will also be able to capture and bond with their personal banshee – a large, dragon-like winged predator that will give them an edge in aerial combat and can be used for traveling long distances. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will take players to the Western Frontier, a never before seen continent of Pandora, among other open world regions.

The leaker also shared that Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will include a Season Pass, a Welcome Pass as well as Currency Packs for possible DLC content, cosmetics, and more.

Previously, the same leaker had shared alleged screenshots from Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. Based on the images, it appears that the game is played from the first-person perspective.

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