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The Division Developer Working on New Avatar Game

Massive Entertainment, the Ubisoft studio behind The Division, announces that it is working on a new game based on James Cameron's Avatar film...

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News Wrap Up: Xbox One Covers, Ubisoft MMO, GT6, Minecraft & More!

Xbox One game covers, Gran Turismo delays, Minecraft updates, Diablo 3's future, Homeworld's spiritual successor, Ubisoft's mysterious 'Massive' MMO,...

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Avatar Video Game Still in Development at Division Studio

The Division developer Massive Entertainment confirms that its video game adaptation of James Cameron's Avatar films is still in development.

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James Cameron's Avatar Game Still in Development at Division 2 Studio Massive Entertainment

Fans of James Cameron's Avatar are in for a treat, as a game based on the film is still in the works at Massive Entertainment.

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Ubisoft Massive Developing Next-Generation MMO; 'Assassin's Creed Online'?

Massive Entertainment, an Ubisoft-owned studio, is currently hiring for a next-generation 'AAA MMO' title - but is the project the long-rumored...

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Ubisoft Delays Avatar Video Game

Ubisoft opts to delay its new Avatar game, alongside Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six Quarantine, so that it can tie in with the release of the movie sequel.

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Division Studio Still Working on Avatar Video Game Despite New Star Wars Deal

Ubisoft provides details regarding Massive Entertainment's ongoing work on its Avatar project, now that Star Wars has been announced.

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What Ubisoft's Open World Star Wars Game Should Borrow from Assassin's Creed

Ubisoft and Massive are working on a new open-world Star Wars game, and we think they should borrow some ideas from Assassin's Creed.

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Disney Trusts Ubisoft With Star Wars Because of the Avatar Game

A meeting to discuss Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora leads to Disney entrusting Ubisoft Massive with making the upcoming open-world Star Wars game.

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Another AAA Studio Was Reportedly Slated To Make Avatar 2022, Messed Up At The End

According to Ubisoft Massive's David Polfeldt, another AAA studio almost developed Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora before talks fell apart.

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The Flying Banshees From Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Could Be Its Best Feature

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora looks stunning, but the Flying Banshees and all the possibilities that come with them are the most exciting part.

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Avatar Game from Division Devs Looks Stunning

A new game based in the universe of James Cameron's Avatar was officially announced during the Ubisoft Forward event and will release in 2022.

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Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora's Release Date is Good for Ubisoft's Star Wars Game

Ubisoft's Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora releasing in 2022 is good news for the company's untitled open-world Star Wars game, coming in 2023.

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Ubisoft's Avatar Game and Star Wars Game Might Have a Similar Feature

Ubisoft Massive is working on an Avatar game and a Star Wars game, and there is one feature that could be huge in both of them.

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Is Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora a Sequel to the 2009 Game?

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is a look into the future of the Avatar universe, but its relation to the 2009 game, Avatar: The Game, is in question.

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Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Looks as Impressive as Its Movie Inspiration

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora looks like a beautiful continuation of the franchise and will likely be as visually impressive as its inspiration.

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Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Tech Demo Explains How NPCs Interact With World

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has shown off a lot of impressive tech already, with the most recent information taking a look at the game's AI.

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Ubisoft Explains Why Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is Next-Gen Only

In a new interview, members of Ubisoft Massive explain their reasons for making Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora exclusively for the next-gen consoles.

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The Division Game Director Has Left Ubisoft

Ubisoft Massive's Ryan Barnard, the game director who worked on The Division, has left the studio after accepting an offer for a position at IO...

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Ubisoft's Open-World Star Wars Game Should Blend Ghost Recon With Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

An open-world Star Wars game is in development by Massive Entertainment, and it should borrow some elements of Mario + Rabbids and Ghost Recon.

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Is The Division 1 Still Worth Playing in 2021?

Tom Clancy's The Division was first released in 2016, but several years and a sequel later, fans are wondering if the game is still worth their time.

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Division 2 Introduces New Gear Upgrade System Called ‘Expertise’

Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment announce that a new Expertise progression system for The Division 2 will let players boost their items.

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Pokemon & The Division Crossover Announced For Nintendo NX

Nintendo reveals that the first exclusive for its NX console will be none other than a crossover between its own beloved Pokemon franchise and...

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The Division to Get Girls' Frontline Crossover Event

The mobile gacha game by MICA Team, Girls' Frontline, is going to start an event that crosses over with Ubisoft's shooter, The Division.

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The Division 2's Next-Gen Upgrades Dropping Next Week

The next big update for The Division 2 arrives on February 2 and will bring the Resident Evil crossover as well as a next-gen visual upgrade.

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What Ubisoft's Open-World Star Wars Game Should Borrow from The Division

With the announcement that Ubisoft and Massive are working on an open-world Star Wars game, we think it should borrow these ideas from The Division.

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The Division is Skipping E3 2021, Don't Expect to See Heartland at Ubisoft Forward

The Division developers announce the franchise won't crop up during this week's Ubisoft Forward, confirming fans will see more later this year.

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The Division Mobile Game Needs to Feel Like Its Console Counterparts

When The Division makes the jump from consoles to mobile devices, it'll be important for the mobile game to capture the feel of its predecessors.

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