Just Cause 3 Latest News
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Just Cause 3 has been a fairly enjoyable romp in short bursts with its sandbox style destructive game play, but those looking for a new thrill in the game won't have to wait too much longer. Avalanche Studios has announced that the first DLC slated to go with the Air, Land, and Sea expansion to the game is nearly finished and will be ready for release soon.
Avalanche Studiosthat a patch was coming to the PC version of Just Cause 3 this coming Friday, 1 January 2016. According to the developer, the update "significantly improves loading times."
Just Cause 3 is the kind of game that revels in letting players do a lot of crazy things to some unfortunate baddies, but the game has had its share of ugly bugs and inconsistent game play. Fortunately, players will be happy to know that a new patch is hitting all available systems this week with an emphasis on squishing some of the most annoying things about Just Cause 3, notably its long loading screens.
It's no secret, Just Cause 3 is heavily centered around blowing things up. Planes, automobiles, buildings, etc. - It all has to explode. Too bad the game is blowing up with bugs as well. Avalanche Studios and Square Enix know full well about the myriad of unfortunate issues affecting their game and they're asking players to have some patience as they work towards squashing these bugs.