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Gamescom 23: Avatar’s world of Pandora looks shocking good on PC

Teaming up with AMD at the company’s Gaming Festival, Ubisoft showed off the PC edition of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.

A whole new world

The newest video game based on Avatar’s alien world of Pandora was already pretty highly anticipated, but after today you might be able to crank that hype-dial up to 11. Quite frankly, at least visually, it’s looking like Frontiers of Pandora might be something special.

Aside from modern amenities like support for raytracing and a shadow system, the game will also serve up a ton of optional settings for those playing on a PC. A suite of benchmarking tools will be included in the package, with an eye towards allowing fans to play around and see what looks best on your own rig.

Here’s a look at it in action:

If you couldn’t tell, Ubisoft is shooting for a jaw-dropping effect with Avatar’s environment. The game will make use of AMD’s FSR 2 technology to that end, allowing players to “fine-tune visual quality and performance”.

According to Ubi, the title will “handle most resolution and aspect ratios” with stable fps and low-latency, plus push higher frame-rates with “the right settings and hardware”. Additionally, you can expect to see support for both ultra-wide monitors and DLSS at launch.

If you’d like to read a bit more on the above, click here to check out the official page with all the details on the PC version of Avatar. Whether you’re playing on a PC, Xbox Series X|S, or PS5 though, you can expect to see the Frontiers of Pandora arrive on December 7th, 2023.

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