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Avatar Generations Gameplay Trailer Posted

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Avatar Generations

Developer Navigator Games and publisher CDE Entertainment, the business group that arose from former Square Enix studios acquired by Embracer in 2022, released a new at gameplay for its upcoming title Avatar Generations. Based on the Avatar: The Last Airbender universe, Avatar Generations is an RPG headed for Android and iOS devices. Pre-registrations have also opened for the game on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

The Avatar Generations gameplay trailer shows off battle and cutscene footage from the game. The RPG involves players forming parties of characters and facing off against enemies in a turn-based combat system. Battles are rendered in 3D, with characters using their elemental “bending” powers to throw out attacks with their martial arts. A timing bar determines the order in which characters take their actions, as well.

Check out the gameplay trailer below.

The story of the game appears to be based on the first Nickelodeon Avatar: The Last Airbender series. Players will aid Aang, the titular last airbender and the current “Avatar” – a chosen person who can master all four elements. They’ll travel across the Four Nations, following a story that features both familiar and original content. Known characters like Katar, Sokka, Zuo, Toph, and others will make appearances, too. Support companions, like Appa the flying bison, can be equipped to strengthen the team. Navigator Games says that new content will also be added regularly, expanding the available storylines beyond the original Avatar series. Expansions will follow other Avatars on their own journeys. These will include stories such as those covered in the Rise of Kyoshi novel series and the The Legend of Korra.

Avatar Generations is set for release in early 2023 on Android and iOS devices.

Josh Tolentino
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