If you were among the many Avatar fans (we won't tell on you) dismayed by James Cameron's recent announcement that he's delaying the back-to-back filming of sequels two, three and four, we've got some good news - you're going to be able to back to Pandora very soon.
A mobile game Avatar: Warrior's Journey is set to take fans back to the luscious alien world this spring. And no, it's not going to be in 3D.
The Avatar Facebook page hints that the new iOS and Android title will be an infinite runner game, styled in the same vein as Temple Run. In the role of a young Na'vi, players will have to "run, dodge, and ride your way through the stunning world of James Cameron’s Avatar", earning skills, outfits and "ultimately your own place amongst the clans".
Besides revealing some concept art and the above comment, details on the game are currently scant. We assume we'll be dodging tree roots and giant flora, soaring on the wings of the snarky ikran and plugging our tails into those pa'lare six-legged horse things. As to what we'll be running away from/chasing, we're stumped. Stephen Lang in a mech suit?
Slated for a release this spring, we're guessing this could be the first of many franchise titles to build up the anticipation for the newly-delayed Avatar 2, now scheduled to arrive in cinemas in "late" 2017.
(Images: Avatar Facebook, Rex)