Just Cause developer Avalanche Studios will announce its closely guarded PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade project in a month, Eurogamer can reveal.

The Stockholm developer is currently working on three unannounced games: a PSN/XBLA title based on "an Avalanche Studios original IP", and two projects based on "very well-known licenses".

One of the projects based on a well-known license is understood to be an action game based on the upcoming flick Mad Max 4: Fury Road. God of War II director and writer Cory Barlog is thought to be spearheading development.

Don't hold your breath for a Mad Max reveal, however. According to the Internet Movie Database Fury Road will be released in 2012. Development of the game itself was confirmed in March 2008.

"Our XBLA/PSN project will be announced in a month or so, but the other two projects will not be announced in the near future," Avalanche founder and original concept creator of Just Cause Christofer Sundberg told Eurogamer.

Avalanche, which has signed with an un-named publisher for the downloadable game, is known for its open-world action series Just Cause.

Its latest release, Just Cause 2, scored an impressive 8/10 in Eurogamer's review.

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