Avalanche Studios, responsible for games like Mad Max or Just Cause, It has received “more than” 10 million dollars of the film production company Nordisk Film, which after the investment becomes a minority shareholder and that with this move helps Avalanche in its transition to the theming of their next games.
PIM Holfve, CEO of Avalanche, has made reference to the related ‘enterprise culture’ of Nordisk Film, the oldest film studio in the world, and ensures that ‘experience in many creative industries’, Nordisk investment «speed» his way toward the “development and theming of more quality games”.
For its part, the CEO of Nordisk Film, Allan Mathson Hansen, ensures that your study is «very interested in video games», that «they fit very well into your profile». After the investment, Hansen joins the Board of Directors of Avalanche.
After the publication of the third part of Just Cause and his game based on Mad Max, Avalanche fired to around 24 members of their staff (which, according to the release investment, is 270 people between Stockholm and New York, the two cities where they have office) as part of its ‘transition between projects’. Since then, the study has ensured wanting to continue working with publishers, although independent development and publication are also, more than ever, in his crosshairs.
Its last game is theHunter: Call of the Wild, the next installment of its Simulator game, coming to consoles after eight years to publish (and experimenting with forms of payment: is free with separate premium licenses that extend it) in Windows.