Avatar: Frontiers Of Pandora Ratings Surpass Other Ubisoft Games In Recent Years

Ubisoft almost at its best.

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  • Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has gained the highest user scores of any other Ubisoft release in recent times.
  • The title currently has an 8.2/10 user score on Metacritic, followed by Far Cry 4 with 7.7/10 in second spot.
  • The AAA Ubisoft entry came out on December 7, 2023, for the PS5, Xbox Series S, Series X, and PC.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has basked in a lot of success despite receiving mixed to fair reviews from critics. It has been quite popular among gamers for its great visual fidelity and fantasy elements. As a result, the title has been elevated to quite a high status when it comes to user scores on Metacritic, making it stand out amongst all the other Ubisoft releases of the last few years. 

The action RPG currently stands at a remarkable 8.2/10 user score on Metacritic, which is the studio’s highest in the last few years. To put things into perspective, Far Cry 4 and Watch Dogs 2 concurrently sit in second place, with user scores reaching the high of 7.7/10 on the notable review aggregator site. Assassin’s Creed Mirage is in third place with a user score of 7.4/10, with fourth place followed by Assassin’s Creed Origins at 7.3/10.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora received subpar critic reviews but boasts good user reviews.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora received subpar critic reviews but boasts good user reviews.

The first-person entry currently has 334 user ratings, of which 78% are positive, with 261 total satisfied gamers. About 11%, with 36 reviews, have provided a mixed opinion, while the negative reviews stack up at 12% with 39 reviews. Overall, it is quite a favorable user rating for the new IP by Ubisoft. 

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The current year was among the best for the gaming industry, as it was full of intriguing releases. However, that may have been the bane of this title’s existence. The reduction in critic reviews could be explained by a severely tough competition in recent months.

Droves of gamers are pouring in to try out the new Avatar entry. The open-world action-adventure title has clicked with a lot of people, while others have put it on their backlog. We suggest checking out our write-up for the best settings to hit the top FPS and optimization without losing the visual fidelity. Also, do take a look at the top five best weapons currently hidden in the lands of the Western Frontier.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora came out on December 7, 2023, for the Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, and PC through Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, and GeForce Now. eXputer’s Huzaifah Durrani has reviewed the latest AAA hit with a 3/5 score, dubbing it to be “Another Average Ubisoft Game.” While it uses the classic Ubisoft formula to its fullest with stellar visuals, the mundane story, repetitive combat, and more do hold it back.

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