Avatar Generations opens for pre-registration and drops gameplay trailer

By , on January 10, 2023
Last modified 1 year, 1 month ago

Avatar: The Last Airbender is arguably one of the best western anime-inspired series to be created. Now, exciting, Crystal Dynamics Eidos Entertainment has announced the pre-registration for its officially licensed mobile game, Avatar Generations.

Starting with who is most likely THE Avatar to most fans, players will be able to relive the journey of Aang and his friends, as they journey across the Four Nations to defeat the nefarious Fire Lord. You will be able to put together your own Gaang out of the host of playable characters to do battle in turn-based, squad RPG battles.

The story will closely follow the beloved story of Aang and his allies, with a slew of familiar faces popping up featuring of course, Katara, Sokka, Zuko, Toph and even the Cabbage Merchant, whom I dearly hope gets involved in combat. Each party member you can recruit will have their own unique skills to build your team around, and you can even equip support companions to strengthen you in fights. Options such as Momo and Appa are available, and do you really need anyone else?

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Whilst Aang was the obvious place to start, and really you just couldn’t start anywhere else let’s face it, Crystal Dynamics has announced that there will be other Avatars popping up for players to journey with. Whilst this will obviously include Korra, the developers have interestingly stated that “past” Avatars will also be focused on, which excitingly suggests a deeper story dive into characters such as Roku and Kyoshi, just for starters.

For those excited, presumably everyone, you can pre-registration now for both Android and iOS devices through the official website. It is well worth doing, as in addition to having that handy reminder, you will also get a bevvy of campaign rewards when milestones are reached such as a 4 Star Last Airbender Aang, and more importantly, a 4 Star Appa. After all, they wouldn’t have gotten far without him.