Avatar Frontiers Of Pandora Leaked Gameplay Includes PC Performance Statistics

Gameplay footage of the upcoming Avatar Frontiers Of Pandora has leaked, featuring indoor gameplay, and offering a glimpse at the game’s performance on PC.

Ahead of the game’s release tomorrow, reviews just went up, and we wanted to share 8 minutes of gameplay from the Avatar title. As said, this gameplay shows interior gameplay and might give PC players an impression of performance. At least, performance on a high-end GPU that is – NVIDIA’s RTX 4070Ti. Apparently, on this GPU, the game’s performance hoovers between 110fps and 130fps in 1080p resolution with custom graphic settings and NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing (DLAA). We won’t be embedding the leaked gameplay video, but those interested can watch the video here.

Ubisoft’s first-person open-world action/adventure game launches tomorrow Thursday, December 7, for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series S|X. On consoles, the game will feature a 60FPS mode and cross-play co-op (with Luna as well). Prior to reviews of the game going up, we sent some questions about the title to developer Ubisoft Massive. We’ve included some of the answers that we received below:

How many regions will be in the game? Are they seamlessly connected (e.g., no loading screens between them)?

The Western Frontier consists of three regions that are seamlessly connected, including the Kinglor Forest, the Upper Plains, and the Clouded Forest.

You mentioned having to earn the trust of the Na’vi clans. Does that imply a reputation system, or will that happen simply as a part of the narrative? Also, do you actually get to join a specific clan at some point?

This will happen as part of the narrative. You discover that you are a member of the respected Sarentu clan, and along your journey, you’ll meet the Aranahe, Zeswa, and Kame’tire clans.

Is there going to be a lot of side content in Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora? If so, can you break down what that will look like?

There are a variety of side quests and exploration challenges in the game that will have you freeing trapped animals, wandering around the forest at night investigating sounds, visiting Na’vi settlements, and more.

You said that dismantling RDA operations will return the environment to its natural state, providing better resources for crafting. How important is crafting in Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora? Also, will players unlock new stories and missions after they’ve liberated these RDA outposts?

The crafting system allows players to craft and upgrade gear and weapons in Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora using materials acquired in the environment through harvesting and hunting. Rarer materials can be found in unique environments that are particularly beneficial for the plant or wildlife. Additionally, the better a material is harvested, the better the outcome of the crafted item.

Yes, the main story follows a linear progression, and players will unlock new missions as they progress through the story.

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