Players will be able to go from the surface of a planet and fly into space (and vice versa) without a single loading screen.
As hinted at in its recent gameplay reveal, the open world action-adventure title will indeed have a Wanted system, Massive Entertainment has confirmed.
Members of the development team at Massive Entertainment have provided new details on the open world title's recent gameplay reveal.
"My ultimate core goal is to make it possible for me, and you, to go to Pandora, and a first-person perspective is the best way to be immersed in a new place," says creative director Magnus Jansén.
At launch, Season Pass owners get a unique Banshee, cosmetic set and an extra quest with access to two story packs coming later.
Played by Humberly González, Kay is a cunning scoundrel who'll tussle with the criminal syndicates of the galaxy on her journey.
"Action and consequence are pervasive in the experience," says the developer, and "moment-to-moment, the story's going to adapt."
The work-in-progress gameplay showcased third-person shooter, speeders, and much more as Kay flees from Imperial forces.
Ubisoft has also revealed new details on the action-adventure title's open world, combat, progression mechanics, and much more.
Players will play as Kay Vess, a "cunning scoundrel" who must "pull off one of the greatest heists the Outer Rim has ever seen."
Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment's open world Star Wars game has been officially unveiled.
Over four years on from its 2019 launch, Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment's looter shooter hits a major milestone.
The trial for the looter shooter is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, with progress transferring when purchasing the game.
"That allowed us to kind of resume the conversation internally of, 'maybe we should keep going,'" says creative director Yannick Banchereau.
According to creative director Yannick Banchereau, if The Division 2 were to take full advantage of current-gen hardware, it would have to stop supporting last-gen consoles.
It's also been claimed that the game will feature microtransactions and purchasable in-game currency packs.
A new leak has seemingly spilled the beans on Massive Entertainment and Ubisoft's long-in-development Avatar game.
The leaker says more gameplay footage for the first person open world title will also be leaked soon.
Pre-ordering the game reportedly nets The Child of Two Worlds Pack, which provides a cosmetic set for characters and weapon skin.
A new report claims that Ubisoft currently has no plans to work on a third mainline instalment for the franchise.