While the world lacks a modern, official Avatar: The Last Airbender game, a new Elden Ring mod at least lets players pretend by adding firebending to the game.
As reported by PCGamesN, the firebending moveset mod from clevererraptor6 on Nexus Mods takes inspiration straight from the show, letting the player shoot fire from their finger tips, and even includes a “lightning generation” Ash of War for the most skilled fighters.
Available with the standard red flames or in Princess Azula’s blue, the mod includes several different attacks depending on the input, and sound effects for each.
While pyromancy is already an established idea in Elden Ring, these attacks are directly inspired by the Avatar series and fans will recognise certain movements and combos as a result. There are plenty of little details that show clevererraptor6 is committed to authenticity – for example ensuring that the explosions caused by blue fire attacks still explode in red flames, as they do in the show.
With firebending now in Elden Ring, fans are also eager to see the remaining elements – air, water, and earth – added as well, but cleverraptor6 has yet to say if they’re working on these too.
Seeing Avatar combat in a modern game will leave many begging for a new, official game. There hasn’t been one since 2014’s Legend of Korra, and it didn’t receive a positive response – in our 4/10 review, IGN said: “Even with a reputable developer behind it, The Legend of Korra game left us bent out of shape.”
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale. He’ll talk about The Witcher all day.
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