Saturday, February 19, 2022

'Avatar: The Last Airbender' RPG and MMORPG Reportedly Coming Soon

According to a new rumor, two new Avatar: The Last Airbender games are not only in development but are coming soon. One of these games is described as an Role Playing Game (RPG), while the other is described as an Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG). The news was first reported by Avatar News, which claims the pair of games are being made in collaboration with Paramount's Avatar Studios, though there's no word what studios have been assigned to the task of bringing the popular anime series back to video games.

Details on the project themselves are scarce, including what platforms the games will release on, but the source mentions that "at least one of all of these games will feature the original Avatar: The Last Airbender characters recast with new Asian and Indigenous voice actors" who will sound similar to the original cast. In other words, the original voice actors of the series beloved characters will not be returning.

The rumor adds that the pair of games have been secretly in development for a while, and thus aren't incredibly far away from releasing, so it sounds like the gap between reveal and release won't be major.

There is reportedly at least four Avatar: The Last Airbender games in development, including the confirmed Square Enix mobile game announced last year.

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Originally published: February 19, 2022.

Source:; H/T: O Vício.

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