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 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.
Patch 1.02 was announced today on the. As stated, the top line on the patch was getting rid of the incredibly long loading times. Under Patch 1.02, the load times have reportedly been "significantly improved" to allow more streamlined gameplay. In addition, the patch brings bug fixes and stability fixes to the game, providing a much cleaner experience less marred with ugly visual glitches.
Avalanche Studios and Square Enix have apologized and asked for Just Cause 3 really has to offer, but Avalanche also went to bat for some of their design choices in the game, explaining why things like lack of a crouch button or sprint option are never going to make it to the game. None the less, it will be more fun to actually play Just Cause 3 than stare at its loading screens or graphical flaws.for their open-world destructive sandbox title and this patch is undoubtedly their major effort in making sure players will stick around to see what
Patch 1.02 will be coming to PC Friday, December 18, "pending final approvals." You can check out the full patch notes
UPDATE: Far sooner and ahead of schedule, the 1.02 patch is live now instead of the expected Friday release according to a