Ubisoft leaker ScriptLeaksR6 have shared two more screenshots of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora which showcase a cinematic shot but also a first-person shooting.
We haven't heard or seen much of Massive Entertainment's highly anticipated open-world action adventure Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora , which was initially scheduled to release last year but Ubisoft pushed it to the 2023-2024 release window.
And as we wait to see more of the game, some leaks have surfaced over the last couple of days, showing us a pre-order image for the game , including a pre-order bonus item for those who decide to get the game before the reviews drop.
Today, we have a couple of new screenshots, coming from the same leaker , who also accurately revealed Assassin's Creed Mirage artwork prior to the game's official announcement.
The screenshots, which you can see below, give us a first look at the first-person shooting camera, which we haven't seen before, other than in the first trailer which had some first-person bow and arrow sequences.
The second screenshot, which you can see on the right, appears to be cut from a cinematic, showing The Na'Vi, riding one of their flying animals.
These recent leaks could be suggesting that Ubisoft will soon give us another look at Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, potentially, at their big Ubisoft Forward show this summer. The leaker who dropped both of these screenshots has promised to share even gameplay videos in the near future.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is confirmed to be releasing on PC , PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.
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