Square Enix Reveals New Avatar: The Last Airbender Mobile RPG

Square Enix has announced their upcoming RPG, Avatar: Generations, is entering a soft launch in select territories.

Avatar: The Last Airbender fans have a new (mobile) game to look forward to from Square Enix. Today, they’ve revealed the game has soft launched in Canada, Denmark, South Africa, and Sweden for iOS and Android platforms. Don’t worry if you’re not able to play it just yet, as more territories are coming soon.

“We are thrilled to unveil ‘Avatar: Generations’ as the second official title in production from Square Enix London Mobile and I can’t wait for players to dive in later this year,” said Patrick Naud, Head of Mobile, Square Enix Montréal. “Avatar: Generations represents Square Enix London Mobile’s continued investment in publishing high-quality free-to-play mobile titles based on iconic IPs.”


Expanding the beloved universe of the world-renowned property, Avatar: Generations invites players to step into the shoes of fan-favorite characters across the franchise. The first chapter introduces Aang, Katara, Sokka, Toph, Suki and Zuko accompanied by the much-loved companions Appa and Momo as they embark on a globetrotting quest to fulfill Aang’s destiny. Future expansions will explore Avatar Kyoshi, Korra, Roku, and more across the timelines of the Four Nations. The game will feature epic squad-based battles and unique adventure sequences, underpinned by deep upgrade and party customization systems as players recruit new heroes and grow their team potential. Players will also be able to experience fan-favorite locations, stories, and events in an open world, as well as brand new stories that expand the universe.

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