More than three years after the formalization of a major Avatar game, in February 2017, no information has been given by Ubisoft. Initially expected for 2020 or even early 2021, the title was pushed back and still hasn't shown, even if Ubisoft had reassured in 2019 about its development.
During the last financial report, which notably informed us of the postponement of Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six: Quarantine, we learned that the Avatar game would not finally be launched before the fiscal year 2023, which starts on April 1, 2022. given that the film's sequel has been delayed to late 2022, it's no surprise to hear that the game, developed by Ubisoft Massive and Ubisoft Stockholm will be released later than expected. A coordinated launch of the game and the film seems to be preferred.
Hopefully Ubisoft will tell us more in the coming months, to learn more about what Avatar will offer, described at the time as "the ultimate experience". We are also not immune to another postponement if the launch of the game is conditional on that of the film, since Avatar 2 was originally scheduled for 2016, before being postponed many times.