“I think we’ll definitely continue with digital downloads. It’s very different, very fun, and once again it’s a very nice deviation from the big projects. I’d say it was a good way for teams to get a new boost of energy. Also, some of us just want to do games that draw a lot of inspiration from older games like old arcade games and stuff like that so yes, I definitely think so.” – Avalanche’s Axel Lindberg on the firm’s presence in the the digital market after Renegade Ops.
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We speak to Avalanche Games about its upcoming top-down shooter Renegade Ops on fun, over-the-top action, next-gen hardware and if it will ever return to Just Cause.