“Avatar: Pandora Frontier” uses the new Snowdrop engine technology to bring a completely unimaginable world | XFastest News

by Ubisoft Massive Entertainment, its affiliated studio, co-developed with Lightstorm Entertainment and Disney.Avatar“Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora” (Temporary translation, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora) released a new generation of Snowdrop engine technology demonstration video.

“Avatar: Pandora Frontier” is adapted from the independent biography of the movie “Avatar” and is an open world first-person adventure game. Players will play the role of Nabi and explore the unprecedented “Western Frontier” on the planet Pandora. Since they are all adapted from the movie, although it is an independent rumor, the players also have to face the RDA (Resource Development Administration) human invasion force that appeared in the movie to protect the business world.

This time the development team released a new generation of Snowdrop engine technology demonstration videos, and at the same time revealed more game-related pictures, the dense jungle and the aerial view of the ground can be seen. In order to fully present Pandora’s world, the team has made large-scale improvements to the new engine, and at the same time, through the new generation of mainframes and computer hardware processing performance, players can have a richer experience.

The world of “Avatar” is rich in woods and landscapes. The production team uses an automated planting system and micro-detail processing technology to create tens of thousands of vegetation of all shapes and colors, and makes Pandora’s world full of life through interactive shaders . In terms of aerial exploration, the team added a 3D cloud layer system to the engine to improve visual quality. In addition, thanks to the real-time light tracking technology and global illumination and reflection, the light and shadow rendering effect has been greatly improved.

“Avatar: Pandora Frontier” is expected to be available in 2022 and will be available on PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC platforms.

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