Avalanche Studios reorganizes, teases new title from Generation Zero studio

Watch the "ominous and dangerous" teaser trailer.

Avalanche Studios Group

Avalanche Studios has reorganized under the new name Avalanche Studios Group.

The Group is split into three divisions:

  • Avalanche Studios – The developer behind the Just Cause series, Rage 2, and Mad Max. Located in Stockholm and New York. Founded in 2003 and “has since established itself at the forefront of innovative open-world game development.”
  • Expansive Worlds – The developer behind theHunter</em. series. Located in Stockholm. Founded in 2010 and “became a leading developer in the outdoor genre.”
  • Systemic Reaction – The developer behind Generation Zero. Located in Malmo.

It should be noted that while Generation Zero was released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in March 2019 under the Avalanche Studios name, Systemic Reaction is the development team’s new name as of this reorganization.

“Since 2003 we have built a sustainable AAA business, and over the past five years, we have broadened our portfolio with our self-published games,” said Avalanche Studios Group CEO Pim Holfve in a press release. “Transitioning to Avalanche Studios Group and its three divisions marks the start of a new era. Although we have expanded to three creative divisions, our singular focus is to bring immersive open-world experiences to millions of players around the globe.”

Systemic Reaction also released an “ominous and dangerous” 29-second teaser trailer for an unannounced title. Watch that below.

Thanks, VideoGamer.com.

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