The new Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora game sticks to the cool world created by James Cameron, but the way you play is more like another game from Ubisoft called Far Cry. In the past, Far Cry games let you play together with friends, and even other games from Ubisoft like The Division had that feature too. The older Avatar game made by Ubisoft also had a multiplayer mode where you could pick to be a human or a Na’vi. Now, let’s check out what’s happening with the new Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Co-Op and multiplayer.
Do we have Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Co-Op or Multiplayer?
Yes, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has a two-player cooperative mode. This mode is only available online, so there’s no local co-op. This is great because it fits well with the whole theme of Avatar, where teamwork and togetherness are important. You and your friend can explore the beautiful world of Pandora, work together to beat enemies, and enjoy the awesome AFOP story.
When you choose Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Co-op and play together with a friend, one of you is the leader, and the other is the guest. The leader’s progress is the one that gets recorded. Both players get good things from playing, but the visitor gets to keep everything they find like cool items and weapons. The cool part is you can play with friends even if they’re using different game systems.
To enjoy Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora co-op, you can:
- Pause the game
- Press left on your D-pad to go to the Systems menu
- Select Co-Op
- Invite a friend to join your game
Unlike some other games, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora isn’t mainly focused on playing with lots of people online. It doesn’t have a big multiplayer focus like the last Avatar game or The Division series.
And it seems like Ubisoft, the company behind the game, won’t be adding a multiplayer mode later. They’ve already shared their plans for after the game comes out, and there’s no mention of adding more ways to play with others.
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