Avalanche Studios has announced that it’s working on a new title currently known as Project Mamba.
The game, which is being developed for PC and consoles, is currently penned down for a 2014 release, which would suggest that it’s more than likely to appear on the next generation of consoles.
It’s being developed at the Swedish outfits new office in New York City with senior staff from its Stockholm HQ also involved.
No word yet on exactly what to expect, but that release date likely pegs it as a next-gen project.
In addition the studio has also just opened a new studio in New York, with former Activision and Atari executive David Grijns taking the reigns.
“Today is a great day for Avalanche Studios as we have achieved yet another goal by establishing a new studio in the greatest city in North America,” commented founder Christofer Sundberg.
“We are one of the few independent, AAA-budget studios remaining in the world after the disastrous economic recession of the last few years. While this was a huge wake-up call for everyone in our industry, we have prepared for this expansion for over three years and it is a great feeling to execute our plans with such resounding success.”
Avalanche is the team responsible for Just Cause and Just Cause 2.