Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is an open-world action-adventure game from Ubisoft that can take some time to beat. From exploring the never-before-seen Western Frontier to fighting the RDA, you’re going to be spending some time on this new continent of Pandora.
So how long will Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora take to beat? Liberating an entire continent isn’t going to be a walk in the park. With Massive Entertainment developing the game, there’s a lot to do before you reach the end.
How long to beat Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora?
The main story of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will likely take about 18 to 25 hours to beat. You’ll be spending a lot of your time learning about the tribes in the Western Frontier and taking on the RDA, who are colonizing the land.
Considering that the game pretty much has Far Cry’s DNA in its open-world gameplay, that’s a fair estimation. Ubisoft’s Far Cry usually takes around that long to tackle its main story. However, this doesn’t include partaking in side content, which would extend hours of your time.
There’s no official confirmation for exactly how long, on average, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will take to beat. We got our early review copy from Ubisoft, so we have a good idea of how long the game is. There’s a lot to explore, and considering that Frontiers of Pandora has been confirmed as a canon, everything that you find is part of the overall Avatar universe.
For those who are familiar with open-world games, 18–25 hours may not sound like a long time. However, it may take quite a bit longer if you’re aiming to collect all the Frontiers of Pandora trophies. You might be spending more than 45 hours just to get everything.