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Just Cause 3 multiplayer mod is on the way

PC players are working on an unofficial multiplayer mod for Just Cause 3.

Soon you will be able to explore the explosive world of Just Cause 3 with your friends, so long as you’re playing on PC.

Many were disappointed with the lack of online multiplayer in Just Cause 3, which launched last month for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

The same people responsible for the Just Cause 2 multiplayer mod are hard at work on a multiplayer component for the sequel.

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The development team announced the new mod on their official website, it will be called JC3-MP, and will be available later this year.

No release date has been confirmed for the mod, but the team plans to provide us with regular updates from now on.

“We’re incredibly excited to show off the progress we’ve made these last few weeks,” the team said.

“Moving forward you can expect frequent updates on our progress along with exciting new developments as they happen.”

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JC2-MP, the multiplayer mod for Just Cause 2, allowed you to jump into the open world with hundreds of other players.

The mod was a big hit on PC, and even saw an official Steam release in December 2013.

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