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Avalanche "shifting a little bit of our focus" to self-publish more in the future

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Just Cause creator Avalanche Studios, who are also busy with the open-world Mad Max, are turning more of their studio's focus to self-publishing. In fact The Hunter is "contributing quite a lot" to them.

It's given the Swedish developer "control our own destiny" being in direct contact with players, but they aren't shying away from further deals with big publishers like Square Enix.

Former Virtuos employee lists 'Just Cause 3' on LinkedIn profile

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Avalanche Studios is still a busy bee with their Mad Max game in the works, but fans are also eagerly awaiting a new Just Cause. So far the studio hasn't made anything official to fans of the series.

However a former employee of Chinese outsourcing studio Virtuos lists Just Cause 3 on their LinkedIn profile, alongside Kojima's two Metal Gear Solid 5 titles.

Avalanche Studios working on "several surprises" for 2015

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Avalanche Studios, the team behind Just Cause 2, has announced on its website that it will be moving to a larger office in Stockholm, and that it has "several surprises" in store for 2015.

"2015 is set to be the biggest year since the inception of Avalanche Studios more than a decade ago," promises the developer.

Avalanche Studios' Mad Max pushes into 2015, new short trailer released

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Just Cause developer Avanlanche Studios has now drifted into 2015 with their big ambitious Mad Max game, as Warner Bros. release a new teasing trailer which focuses on the cars of the post-apocalypse.

In Mad Max "cars are the key to survival" in the open world sandbox (literally), where we'll be fighting off bandits with the help of the "gifted, but peculiar" mechanic Chumbucket.

New Avalanche Studios dev diary hints at new Just Cause

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A trip to Costa Rica by Avalanche Studios has been exposed in a new developer diary, where they show staff capturing the abundance of jungle wild-life and even make sure there's plenty of ocean footage.

It's all for "reference material" and research in their "upcoming open world games," and the captured sky is partially used in Mad Max. They mention Just Cause and how important water simulation is.

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