Rumour: Avatar: The Last Airbender RPG Has Zelda: Breath Of The Wild-Style Visuals

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Last weekend, we found out about a new Avatar: The Last Airbender RPG through an Amazon Japan listing. Titled Avatar: The Last Airbender – Quest for Balance, nothing has been confirmed by the supposed developer GameMill at the moment. But Avatar fansite Avatar News states that it has seen the game, along with knowing when the game will potentially release. (Thanks, My Nintendo News!)

According to Avatar News’ source, Quest for Balance will be launching on 8th November, which is barely over two months away. GameMill is indeed involved with the game along with Paramount’s subsidiary Avatar Studios. And the game’s story is reportedly set after the events of the show. The members of the Order of the White Lotus will get together to share stories of the end of the Hundred Year War — but it’s not a straight revisit of the show, as some memories may be inaccurate or unreliable.

So far, Aang is reportedly the only playable character that has been seen, but given that the game will reportedly be covering Book One: Water, Book Two: Earth, and Book Three: Fire, Avatar News believes there will be other playable characters throughout the game.

One last comment left by Avatar News’ source is that the game’s art style is inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, using cel-shaded visuals and soft lighting. Though the game apparently plays nothing like it, Breath of the Wild is a clear source of artistic inspiration.

Of course, the game’s existence still hasn’t been acknowledged, so take this info with a spoonful of salt. But if that November release date is real, then we expect to see something on the game soon. Maybe Gamescom is the place?

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What do you think of this information? What do you want to see from an Avatar: The Last Airbender RPG? Let us know in the comments!

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