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The Avatar game that we never got to see would have been signed by the creators of Fallout: New Vegas

Since its inception, Avatar has always been a highly ambitious project, and not just in movies. Seeking to touch other media, his relationship with the video game is evident. Ubisoft is currently working on Frontiers of Pandora, but another renowned studio was about to bring us their vision of this impressive world: Obsidian Entertainment.

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known to be absolute masters of RPGsWith names like Fallout: New Vegas, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, Pillars of Eternity and Pentiment in its portfolio, we are talking about one of the studios with the most consistency in the quality of its productions.

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A couple of days ago, the colleagues of the GamePressure portal interviewed Feargus Urquhart, co-founder and CEO of the important video game studio that is now part of Xbox Game Studios. In this interview, while discussing the studio’s creative process, we had a major revelation that came almost out of nowhere: Obsidian was in contact with James Cameron and his people to Create an Avatar video game.

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“For example, Avatar 2 just came out and James Cameron has been doing it for 10 or 15 years. At that time, we were talking to them [James Cameron y su productora] upon make an avatar 2 video game… I don’t even know how long ago. Eight or six years ago, something like that,” reveals the study leader casually.

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With no more data to speak of, we can only imagine what this project would have been like. While it is true that this team is known for classic RPGs, works like The Outer Worlds, New Vegas or Pentiment show that it is a versatile study that could have brought us a different look at Cameron’s world. And you,How do you imagine this Avatar 2 of Obsidian?

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