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The Disney & Marvel Games Showcase ran on Friday, September 9th. At the event, the developers of Avatar Reckoning, Archosaur Games, showed some impressions of the title presented as an . shooter. But the fans are disappointed because the presented platform does not correspond to their interests. What’s behind it?
What game is it? The featured game is Avatar Reckoning, a . shooter set in the universe of the popular Avatar movie franchise. The Free2Play game is developed by Chinese studio Archosaur Games and distributed by Tencent.
As described on the showcase, there will be single player missions as well as online multiplayer. The features mentioned include character customizations, weapon adjustments and PvP modes on different maps.
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What platforms will the title appear on? Avatar Reckoning is scheduled to appear on mobile devices for iOS and Android devices (via avatarreckoning.com). We don’t know yet whether there will be crossplay between the two mobile platforms.
“I thought this was a next-gen game”
What are the fans saying? The fans on YouTube are particularly disappointed that the game shown is a mobile game. Some even thought a next-gen or PS5 game would be shown.
- FixCongress: “MMO on mobile? Good luck with it.”
- たーに: “I thought this was the Avatar game for PS5 and was so disappointed lol”
- Bob Motster: “I was interested until I heard ‘mobile device.’
- Nico Fremen: “I thought this was a next-gen game. Pooh!”
- BaconsNetwork 2.0: “. on mobile. It will fail.”
When is the release? At the current time (September 12, 2022) no official release date is known. However, in the Disney & Marvel Games Showcase video, the developers say that Avatar Reckoning is coming “soon.” (“Coming soon”).
What are your thoughts on avatar reckoning? Do you find the . shooter interesting or are you also put off by the platform? Write it to us here on MeinMMO in the comments!
If you’re disappointed with Avatar Reckoning’s platform, you might be interested in the Ubisoft-developed action-adventure Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.
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