A new Avatar: The Last Airbender mobile game is in the works at Square Enix’s new studio.
Now we know who to blame for this terrible Tomb Raider mobile reboot that was announced last year. Square Enix has just unveiled Square Enix London Mobile, a new London-based studio that focuses on “high-quality free mobile games,” which includes both Tomb Raider Reloaded and an unannounced mobile title based on Avatar’s. Nickelodeon: The Last Airbender.
For those of you who have already erased the memory of your brain, allow me to unearth the least exciting new Tomb Raider game in recent memory. Tomb Raider Reloaded will be a free arcade adventure that “features classic elements from the original Tomb Raider trilogy”. This includes solving puzzles, escaping traps, collecting relics, and possibly shooting some of these cartoonish-looking wolves in the face.
Developed in partnership with Crystal Dynamics, the creators of Marvel’s Avengers and previously Rise of the Tomb Raider, Tomb Raider Reloaded will arrive on iOS and Android devices in 2022.
As for the new Avatar game, we hardly know anything about it. We know that it will feature Aang and that it will be developed in conjunction with Vancouver-based Navigator Games. And they seem pretty happy to be working with Square Enix.
“It has been an incredible privilege to partner with Square Enix London Mobile to create a game with such an iconic IP,” said Will Moore, CEO of Navigator Games. “The Avatar Universe: The Last Airbender has so many complex layers and stories to explore and we look forward to fully unveiling it and sharing it with all of the incredibly passionate and loyal Avatar fans going forward.”
In other Square Enix news, the Japanese publisher is currently in “positive” talks with Microsoft to bring Final Fantasy 14 to Xbox. That’s according to game director Naoki Yoshida, who said he was “sure the time would come, so if you could just stay that would be great.”
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