Avalanche Studios, original creators and developers of the award-winning Just Cause franchise and the recently released and critically acclaimed Renegade Ops, today announced the launch of a new website to coincide with its presence at GDC 2012 in San Francisco March 5th-9th. Located in the Career Pavilion in Booth 1016, Avalanche Studios staff will be on hand to meet with prospective candidates for job openings in both its Stockholm and New York studios.
Their new website reflects the company’s recent growth and expansion into North America with the opening of its New York studio in November 2011 and the simultaneous development of three AAA projects to be released in 2013 and 2014. A complete history of Avalanche, its founders and projects as well as a monthly development blog highlighting its latest development work can be found on the new site.
Christofer Sundberg, Founder & Executive Producer of Avalanche Studios said:
“Our new website is a reflection of the many years of both highs and lows experienced by our company and a testament to the strength of the studio today. We continue to grow both our Stockholm and New York studios this year and encourage job-seeking candidates to visit us at GDC to learn more about the many opportunities at Avalanche. It is a very exciting time for our staff around the world as we prepare major announcements with our publishing partners during the next few months. The future of Avalanche has never been brighter.”
We’ve heard in the past some hints, indicating that Just Cause 3 is in early development but what could possibly be the other two titles? Avalanche Studios was behind the amazing hunter game, theHunter, so could one of them actually be a hunting game? On the other hand, we do know that Avalanche is working on AionGuard and Project Mamba. So could these triple-A games be: Just Cause 3, AionGuard and Project Mamba?
We’ll find out in a few months, so stay tuned for more!
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