Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora Soars To Nvidia GeForce Now

Yet another addition to the cloud gaming service.

Story Highlights

  • Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is Ubisoft’s latest AAA release this year for majority platforms. 
  • The game is now available to play on Nvidia GeForce Now via Ubisoft Connect. 
  • GeForce Now is the world’s most popular cloud gaming platform at the moment. 

Ubisoft has been keeping busy lately with the launch of its latest venture into the action-adventure genre, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. The game, although launching to mixed reception, has been praised for all that it brings to the table, and as of right now, it’s also available to play on Nvidia GeForce Now—a highly prominent cloud gaming subscription service with a bustling catalog to its name.

This adds another platform to the number of systems that Frontiers of Pandora is now playable on, including both the front-running current-gen consoles and PC via Epic and Ubisoft Connect, which is the company’s very own video game launcher and storefront combined. If players have Ubisoft+ though, they can play the action-adventure for free as part of their subscription, along with a bevy of added titles. 

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Included as Part of Ubisoft+
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Included as Part of Ubisoft+

What To Know About GeForce Now If You’re A New Player

Before you move ahead with GeForce Now, though, it bears mentioning some of the pointers that you should know of regarding the cloud gaming service. For starters, subscribing to it does not mean you get to play Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora for free; you will still need to purchase the game via Ubisoft Connect. As soon as you’re done, you’ll then link your Ubisoft account to GeForce Now to access Avatar there. 

A Glimpse of the Accounts That Can Be Linked to Nvidia GeForce Now
A Glimpse of the Accounts That Can Be Linked to Nvidia GeForce Now

Now, GeForce Now comprises multiple subscription tiers to its name, similar to PlayStation with its PS+ Essential, PS+ Extra, and PS+ Premium offerings. However, interestingly enough, Nvidia’s cloud gaming service can also start users off for free with a free-to-play account that otherwise comes with limited playtime and other restrictions. Still, it’s a great way to get to interact with the service more in-depth. 

That said, Nvidia has confirmed earlier that it has withheld free membership registrations for now, particularly to “help with capacity.” Aspiring users can still get themselves the 6-month Ultimate-level membership that comes with an array of special features and benefits but sets one back somewhere around $100, so there’s that.

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Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora came out on December 7, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. eXputer rated the game 3/5 in its review, with writer Huzaifah Durrani remarking, “Underneath its exceptional visuals and great movement system, this is still a regular old Ubisoft game with all the problems that come with.” 

If you’re thinking of getting into the title, here are the best Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora settings with FPS and performance in mind, followed by this guide on how to unlock co-op in the game. 

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Huzaifa, an Online News Editor at eXputer.com, is a video game industry aficionado with a talent for unearthing the juiciest stories for his beloved readers. Currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Data Science, he dives deep into the abyss of news, meticulously dissecting every tiny detail to serve his audience. When he's not unravelling breaking news, he becomes a master storyteller, conjuring up captivating tales from the depths of his imagination. With a wealth of experience as a Video Game Journalist, he's penned his mighty words for numerous other video game outlets, leaving no video game unturned and no pixel unexplored! Experience: 4+ Years || Education: Bachelor of Science in Data Science || Previously Worked at VeryAli Gaming & TheNerdMag || Covered 100+ News Articles

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