Tuesday, October 4

Avatar: Reckoning, a New MMO Shooter for Mobile Devices, Coming in 2022

The universe of Avatar return through the big door in this recently released 2022 with a multitude of interesting projects for science fiction lovers. In addition to the highly anticipated sequel again directed by James Cameron and the new open world title developed by Ubisoft, there will also be a MMO Shooter for mobile devices with Android and iOS operating system. According to reports from Wccftech, the new title has been announced by Disney, Tencent, Lightstorm Entertainment and Archosaur Games; It will be released later this year to coincide with the release of the new film and we already know some first details.

The new game receive the name of Avatar: Reckoning and is being developed by Archosaur, a Chinese studio known for other title blockbusters for smart mobile phones such as Dragon Raja. Apparently the game is being developed in Unreal Engine 4 to make the most of the hardware of the latest mobile devices. According to the description provided by the company itself, Avatar: Reckoning transport players to the remotest places of Pandora to meet various Na’vi clans firsthand and fight the powerful GDR troops which, like the 2009 film, intends to exploit the resources of the moon.

Have a single player mode and multiplayer modes

At the premise level it looks interesting, although there is still more to comment on. The game can be enjoyed alone or through multiplayer games and have a level system to enhance the characteristics of our character, as well as a not inconsiderable array of weapons and a handful of single-player story missions. In addition, it will also have cooperative game modes and PvP modes (player versus player) with a combat adapted to touch screens. And up to here we can read. What do you think of this new Archosaur proposal?



Reference-vandal.elespanol.com

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