Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora may have generated a lot of interest due to the scope of the project but it looks like it will fumble with a key element of any video game.
When Ubisoft is mentioned, any gamer that has followed their work over the years will immediately get an image of a with beautiful landscapes, mediocre gameplay and a map oversaturated with checklist objectives.
Unfortunately, the trend seems to be ready to continue with Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora , at least to some extent, if the latest insider info is correct.
"What I heard is that the game looks pretty and the gameplay is in rough shape. This was about a month ago." ~ Jeff Grubb
Pretty games and gameplay in rough shape perfectly line up with Massive Entertainment's previous work in The Division series as well as Ubisoft's mandates in general. Furthermore, Jeff Grubb has proven himself a reliable source of early information throughout the years and there isn't much reason to doubt him in the first place.
According to the tweet the commentary originated from, it could be extrapolated the information is from mid to late June 2022 and since the game was delayed to 2023-24 recently, it could technically get a gameplay overhaul before it launches.
That said, Skull & Bones has been delayed several times and now that it's finally close to release, Ubisoft's trailers left people unimpressed and the game with all the aforementioned staples of a Ubisoft title.