The size of the Avatar Frontiers of Pandora map is one of the most talked about aspects of the game among open world fans. Although the title follows a similar open world structure to Ubisoft’s other IPs, it deviates from those entries in terms of presentation and use of setting without making it feel repetitive.
Ubisoft is known for creating some of the largest open world maps, with a few of the latest Assassin’s Creed titles (Odyssey and Valhalla) covering entire countries and multiple islands.
Being one of Ubisoft’s most ambitious releases of 2023, it’s natural for fans to be curious about the size of the game’s map. Here’s everything you need to know about Avatar Frontiers of Pandora’s map size, open world, and more.
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Avatar Frontiers of Pandora map size explored
Developed by Massive Entertainment, the studio behind The Division series, Avatar Frontiers of Pandora is a complete departure from Ubisoft’s traditional open-world formula. Instead of filling the map with tons of symbols from the start, the game only features a few meaningful activities.
Players can find them while organically exploring the open world and can either choose to complete them at that time or save them for later. However, despite the move away from traditional Ubisoft games, at its core it is still an open world title.
Like any traditional open world from Ubisoft, the map of the latest Massive game is quite expansive. The map size of Avatar Frontiers of Pandora is around 255 square kilometers, which isn’t large on paper considering some of Ubisoft’s previous titles, but it’s still pretty massive for an open world game.
The Pandora Borders map is divided into three regions – the Cloudy Forest, the High Plains, and the Kinglur Forest. Due to the game’s focus on traversal and parkour, the majority of the map is landmass, with a few scattered bodies of water scattered throughout each area.
Additionally, since the title focuses on aerial and vertical exploration, the map features multiple high points that you can either climb or fly through after taming the first Ikran. Verticality is one of Frontiers of Pandora’s strongest map combinations, setting it apart from most of Ubisoft’s recent open-world games.
Furthermore, unlike Assassin’s Creed or FarCry, you don’t have to unlock viewpoints to quickly travel through different areas. Once parts of the map are unlocked, you can do so seamlessly across these points at any time during gameplay. You can also choose your preferred spawn point when you die while exploring the open world.
Avatar Frontiers of Pandora is available now for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series