Avatar: The Way of Water spent mere minutes with the first movie's forest-dwelling Omatikaya clan, instead shifting the action to Pandora's oceans. That meant we got to see what life was like for Jake and Neyteri as part of the Metkayina clan and it gave filmmaker James Cameron the opportunity to make a statement about the world's oceans.
Avatar 3 has already been shot and is expected to introduce a group of Na'vi dubbed the Ash People, but it's become clear that won't be the only new part of Pandora we get to explore in the planned sequels (Cameron has already shot the fourth movie's opening).
Following Avatar: The Way of Water's release on Digital platforms earlier this week, new pieces of concept art which debuted as part of the movie's special features have found their way online. Offering a glimpse at what's to come in those upcoming sequels, we see different regions of Pandora, all of which are vastly different from those we've previously visited.
There's the volcanic-like setting the Ash People will call home along with desert and arctic settings. It makes sense that there's more to Pandora than what was highlighted in Avatar and its follow-up, and we can't help but wonder what valuable resources these areas might have for the RDA to exploit.
Cameron has already confirmed that the action will eventually move to Earth, so we'll eventually get to see what has made our planet's denizens so desperate that they would lay waste to the peaceful Na'vi.
Take a closer look at this new Avatar concept art in the Tweets below.