Archosaur Games, developer of the most awaited RPG Avatar: Reckoning, announced that the title’s publisher Level Infinite will no longer be in charge and not publish the game. Instead, the company will publish the game in China and the global market. Archosaur Games has many successful titles such as Noah’s Heart under their IP. Recently, the game’s developer released a press note where it announced that it would be publishing the game in the future. Thus, Level Infinite is no longer a part of the game’s publishing sector.
According to a post from PoBearPlays where the press release was shared, several other details about the title were also spotted. These include the title’s release in China in the first half of 2024 and the company’s plan to expand the market globally.
Avatar: Reckoning will have another beta test in China in January 2024
The latest press release from the developer stated that in January 2024, the game will commence another test in mainland China. Later, Avatar: Reckoning will be launched in the country in the first half of the year. Followed by the test and the release, the press release also quoted, “The company will promote the game to be launched in other regions around the world“. Thus, Level Infinite will not publish Avatar: Reckoning to the fans out there. The RPG title has received an operating license from the Chinese authorities and will be rolling out the game by itself soon.
Being part of a big IP and big names working behind it, the game raised a lot of expectations from the fans. Subsequently, the title failed to continue the hype and instead, it gathered negative feedback from the testers. Last June, the game entered a closed beta test for Android devices exclusively in the Philippines.
Following the announcement of the game back on January 13, 2022, several studios were jointly in operation for developing and publishing the game. Besides Tencent and Archosaur, Disney and Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment are also part of Avatar: Reckoning. The game held a closed beta test in Canada during the first quarter of 2022. The game is based on James Cameron’s hit 2009 movie “Avatar”.
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