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Avalanche Studios talks PC platform with 'Just Cause 3'


Avalanche Studios plans on making the PC platform a larger part of the Just Cause franchise.

Development boss Christofer Sundberg, speaking with Eurogamer, said;
“We are set on becoming the best open world developer. That’s our ultimate goal. “It’s a very competitive genre. Rockstar is more of a phenomenon than a competitor. What we can offer to the genre is diversity, which very few other open world developers can.”
Avalanche Studios is currently working on an original IP and two other licensed titles. Avalanche's New York studio is currently working on "Project Mamba" which has a 2014 release date for the PC and next-generation consoles.

Sundberg then stated that the studio has no plans on moving away from open world titles anytime soon.
“We believe in the idea of continuing to build those big worlds with a lot of fun and crazy content to play around with."

“Open world game players are anarchists, just like us,” he continued, “It’s funny. When you tell a player in one of our games to go right, they always go left. Planning around that mindset, that you can never predict what the player will do, and always counting on the player to break your game, is quite interesting.”
Do you think Just Cause 3 would do well as a PC exclusive?