Published On: Tue, Feb 28th, 2017

Massive Entertainment To Create Game Based on a Avatar Universe

This is a warn for sure. Ubisoft only announced around press recover that Massive Entertainment, a studio famous for Tom Clancy’s The Division, is operative side by side with Lightstorm Entertainment and Fox Interactive to emanate a diversion formed on James Cameron’s Avatar universe.

According to a press release, 4 film sequels to Avatar, that is still a highest-grossing film of all time, are in development. Lighstorm, Fox and Massive will emanate a diversion with a idea of expanding and deepening a Avatar star in “exciting and innovative ways”.

David Polfeldt, Managing Director during Massive Entertainment, said:

James Cameron and Lightstorm Entertainment altered a approach we consider about immersive storytelling with a initial Avatar. The aspiration that they have for a stirring films and this diversion is unequivocally inspiring. It’s a payoff to work with them and we’re celebrated that they’ve entrusted us to emanate an knowledge estimable of a Avatar name.

Apparently, Cameron and his group entered a partnership after examination an early antecedent prepared with a Snowdrop engine already seen in Tom Clancy’s The Division. They were rarely tender by a engine, that according to a press recover is a lead engine on a series of other unannounced projects. This is good news, as a Snowdrop engine is among a best in a industry.

James Cameron, a eminent film director, said:

What tender me about Massive were a group’s passion for this plan and a energy of a Snowdrop engine. we trust Ubisoft’s group during Massive Entertainment are positively a right partners to move a beauty and risk of Pandora to life.

The Avatar diversion won’t be rising anytime soon. Massive is still recruiting for “top talent” to be partial of a game’s development; if we are meddlesome and have a required skillset, conduct over here.

Needless to say, we’ll be monitoring a swell of this plan closely. Stay tuned for all associated news.

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