Saturday, September 24, 2022

New 'Avatar: The Last Airbender - Quest For Balance' RPG Details Emerge, Including Release Date

New details surface for the leaked Avatar: The Last Airbender RPG, including what may be a focus on the Order of the White Lotus from the show.

New details have surfaced about the leaked Avatar: The Last Airbender - Quest For Balance video game, including its release date, story and gameplay, all based on the beloved Nickelodeon series following Avatar Aang and the Gaang.

According to Avatar News, the leaked video game is, in fact, real and is being developed by Paramount, Avatar Studios and GameMill and is scheduled to be released on November 8. The art style is said to heavily resemble Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, with that cel-shaded art style, though the report clarifies Quest For Balance will not be an open world game.

The report also confirmed the framing story takes place after the events of "Book Three: Fire" in Avatar: The Last Airbender, with members of the Order of the White Lotus have gotten together for a game of Pai Sho, and start telling old war stories to each other. They tell the events of the end of the Hundred Year War– the events of the Avatar: The Last Airbender animated series, with Master Pakku covering "Book One: Water", King Bumi covering "Book Two: Earth", and Uncle Iroh covering "Book Three: Fire". You as the player play through these stories from the start to the end of ATLA. However, their memories aren’t foolproof, so you end up playing through alternate histories different from what happened in the show. It’s kind of like Avatar’s What If…? Some of these are more serious while some are more humorous.

The only confirmed character at this point is Aang, however, it's understood that they'll be more playable characters for all the different stories.

This story system is why the game is prefixed with Avatar: The Last Airbender and not Avatar. The recently revealed, and aptly-titled, mobile RPG Avatar: Generations will evolve to cover different eras like Kyoshi, Roku, Aang, and Korra, while Quest for Balance is a big one-and-done console release specifically covering ATLA.

Avatar The Last Airbender: Quest for Balance will be released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One/S/X/Series, Nintendo Switch, and PC on November 8th!

It will have a relatively big marketing push, which is due to launch soon.

News of the upcoming video game surfaced after Amazon Japan displayed a listing for Avatar: The Last Airbender - Quest For Balance. At the time of writing, neither Paramount, Avatar Studios nor GameMill have officially announced the game or confirmed any of the reports. Lending legitimacy to the listing prior to the more recent report was the fact that GameMill has worked on several projects involving Nickelodeon properties in the past, including the Nickelodeon Kart Racers series and the more recent fighting game, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl.

When it comes to video games, it has been some time since the last major title was released for the world of Avatar. That changed in recent weeks, with Square Enix's free-to-play Avatar: Generations seeing a soft launch in Sweden, Denmark, South Africa and Canada on Android and iOS. The game covers the events of Avatar: The Last Airbender, with the developer confirming it will eventually expand to include stories involving Avatar Korra, Kyoshi and more. It is still in the early stages and no worldwide launch date has yet been announced.

Update (9/24) - Avatar: The Last Airbender - Quest For Balance is now available to pre-order, including on GameFly: PlayStation 5 | PlayStation 4 | Xbox | Nintendo Switch

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Originally published: August 21, 2022.

Original source:; Additional source: Nintenderos.

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