The Division managers are working on a new set of Avatar, set on Pandora, for consoles and PC. And they can do it without that James Cameron put them a pure, clear, because Ubisoft has signed a commercial agreement with trade agreement with Lightstorm Entertainment and Fox Interactive.
The project is green enough, it seems, to not teach anything yet: in the video come out the highest grossing of the history film director and several developers Massive Entertainment commenting on how happy who are able to work together. The only thing that is known is that the game will work with Snowdrop, the graphics engine of The Division.
Cameron and his production company are preparing no less than four sequels of Avatar, which should be released by the end of 2018, 2020, 2022 and 2023. I imagine, imagine something, that the publication of the game will attempt to match more or less with the premiere of Avatar 2. The first film was also his game in 2009, light, a chestnut with all the letters by the grace of Ubisoft Montreal.
The other big question is if this is something for the more than likely sequel to The Division. I understand that the idea is to be able to do both at the same time, hence in Massive they are looking for people. I tell you one thing: last summer I was on holiday in Malmö and slept in an apartment five minutes from their offices. Nothing, not live so bad out there. If you know model plants purple and blue horses, it is worth to try it.