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Just Cause 2: Multiplayer Mod gets big Beta update

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The excellent Just Cause 2: Multiplayer Mod has received a new update. Version 0.2 is now in public Beta, and you can opt in to play by heading to the Betas tab in your Steam library.

It adds a number of new features and bug fixes, including the ability to script in-game NPCs and play as all the civilian models in the game. The menu's been reworked too, and Steam achievements have been added.

Just Cause 3's Challenge Modes look appropriately chaotic

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Just Cause 3 isn't all explosions, gunshots and carnage. It is mostly that, but you can also take a break for a quick bout of sky-diving in the game's Challenge Modes.

Avalanche has been demonstrating two of the options to IGN; one sees hero Rico piloting his wingsuit through a series of rings at high speed, while the other gives him a sack full of infinite RPGs, which he can use to blow up a captured base.

No multiplayer for Just Cause 3 at launch, but hope isn't lost just yet

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It took a group of hard-working modders to add multiplayer functionality to Just Cause 2 with the hugely popular JC2-MP mod, eventually released by publisher Square Enix as DLC for the open world action game.

Considering the mod's subsequent success, it's strange to hear that Just Cause 3 won't ship with a multiplayer capability at launch. Avalanche CCO Christofer Sundberg explained why to Game Informer recently.

Former Virtuos employee lists 'Just Cause 3' on LinkedIn profile

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Avalanche Studios is still a busy bee with their Mad Max game in the works, but fans are also eagerly awaiting a new Just Cause. So far the studio hasn't made anything official to fans of the series.

However a former employee of Chinese outsourcing studio Virtuos lists Just Cause 3 on their LinkedIn profile, alongside Kojima's two Metal Gear Solid 5 titles.

Avalanche Studios working on "several surprises" for 2015

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Avalanche Studios, the team behind Just Cause 2, has announced on its website that it will be moving to a larger office in Stockholm, and that it has "several surprises" in store for 2015.

"2015 is set to be the biggest year since the inception of Avalanche Studios more than a decade ago," promises the developer.

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