Just Cause 3 Summary
Square Enix quietly signals that a new Just Cause game is in development, but was it just the mobile version?
Square Enix remember the hype of when a bunch of modders creative a multiplayer mode to their open-world mayhem simulator Just Cause 2. They shipped its sequel without such a feature, likely knowing modders would do the hard work for them yet again.
Likely deciding to omit multiplayer from the retail release of Just Cause 3 just to have the community work on it themselves, the much-requested mod has finally arrived.
Each piece of Just Cause 3’s DLC is best summed up with the new toys it gives you. Sky Fortress gave you a jetpack that turns Rico into a human jet fighter. Mech Land Assault gave you a big military robot. And now, Bavarium Sea Heist is giving you an artillery-equipped boat and a gun that shoots lightning. It’s a shame that the DLC plan is wrapping up before we started getting UFOs and dubstep guns.
You may recall the Just Cause 2 multiplayer mod, which was a beautiful, ridiculous mess entirely befitting the Just Cause name. The lead developer of that mod, Cameron Foote, hasthat he’s going to work for Avalanche Studios.