A Na'Vi showing the player the Upper Plains area of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

Is Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Open World?

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora features 3 distinct regions for players to explore, but are they seamlessly connected in one big open world?

Ubisoft has become synonymous with the open-world genre, thanks to its recent Assassin’s Creed titles and the Far Cry series. Its latest game, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, looks likely to follow that trend, although fans are clearly not completely sure. While gameplay reveals have showcased much of its world, fans are still unsure if it’s a true open-world game or not. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered. Below, we explain if Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is an open-world game.

Is Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Open World?

Yes, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is an open-world game and is set in the vast expanse of the Western Frontier of Pandora. Its open world is split into 3 different regions: The Kinglor Forest, The Upper Plains, and The Clouded Forest. While the later regions will be unavailable immediately, you will eventually be able to explore the entirety of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora’s map.

The Kinglor Forest features a dense rainforest with floating islands above. The clan that resides there are weavers and hunters, as well as the ones that introduce you to your Banshee. The Upper Plains is a large open grassland expanse where you’ll learn to ride a horse. Finally, The Clouded Forest is a mysterious place whose clan is renowned for their healing abilities.

Additionally, you’ll be able to take to the skies on your Banshee and fly across the game’s massive open-world map. There will be plenty to see and do in Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora’s map, so much so, in fact, that the game is skipping last-gen consoles entirely. You can learn more about this vast open-world in the gameplay overview below.

That’s everything there is to know about Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora’s open-world. For more guides just like this one, make sure to check out our Games Hub.

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