Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora gets up to 42% off in Na’vi sized deal

Joel Loynds
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Ubisoft’s Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is on sale in a few places with up to 42% off for those on PC, Xbox & PS5.

Released right at the tail end of last year, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora received a relatively warm welcome. While it never hit the massive money highs of its cinematic counterparts, it managed to convert the movies into a fairly fun open-world game.

The game is now on sale, included in Green Man Gaming’s Lunar Sale and Best Buy’s Flash Sale. If you’re on a console (Xbox Series X and PS5 disc versions only), you can pick up the game with a significant $30 off. This brings the disc version of the game down to $40, much more palatable than $70.

However, the game might not be on sale tomorrow for consoles at Best Buy, as it’s part of the Flash Sale. This ends – at the time of writing – in about 13 hours. For those that miss it, or don’t want to shop at Best Buy, you can save 29% for a similar price at Amazon.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Deluxe Edition is 42% off on PC

Hunting in Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

Meanwhile, PC players can grab the Deluxe version of the game with 42% off at Green Man Gaming. The deal should be live for a little while, so there’s no rush yet. The Lunar Sale also includes a bounty of other games as well.

It’s not for Steam, however. You will need to redeem this via Ubisoft’s Connect launcher to access the game. It’s a small sacrifice to make, as the game is outright not available through Steam anyway.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora doesn’t run great on the Steam Deck, however. It’s just a bit too graphically intense for the system to handle, with a lot of foliage and details overworking the poor thing.

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E-Commerce Editor. You can get in touch with him over email: joel.loynds@dexerto.com. He's written extensively about video games and tech for over a decade for various sites. Previously seen on Scan, WePC, PCGuide, Eurogamer, Digital Foundry and Metro.co.uk. A deep love for old tech, bad games and even jankier MTG decks.