A few days ago, it has been confirmed that Avalanche Studio is working on Just Cause 3. The previous release, Just Cause 2 was released in 2010 and it had won many hearts in terms of good gameplay and story. After more than 3 years of waiting Just Cause 3 will be the third game in Avalanche’s open-world action/adventure series will come to PS4, Xbox One, and PC in 2015. Every gamer is excited about it and expectation level is also high.

Just Cause 3 won’t have Multiplayer mode – Map is not Bigger than Just Cause 2


The latest news which is coming from the Avalanche Studio would lower the sail of hope as there is no multiplayer mode at launch. There are some chances that it will appear a little later, after the game will release.

“Maybe sometime down the line, we’ll take Rico into the modern world of multiplaying,” Sundberg said.

“We don’t expect the fans to make the multiplayer for Just Cause 3, but at some point you have to make a choice on where your focus is. Our strength is the sandbox experience, and we want to deliver a great Just Cause 3 experience.”

In addition, the game size was also discussed. The map will be very similar to the previous release, which was Just Cause 2 and one should not expect much larger areas. The developers promise that, there are lots of interesting things in it and it will be richer than the previous release so it will cause more attractions for the players.

“Just Cause 2 was already enormous,”Lesterlin said. “We really wanted to focus now on density and the feel of the world itself. So we didn’t necessarily just have to do increased land mass. But we have certainly gone a lot bigger when it comes to density of the world and now it’s not just on top of the world, we also have caves and tunnels and all sorts of stuff there too.”

So, if you get the single player mode, but with a really rich world, it is not the worst deal. Maybe some time later developers come with the opportunity to play Just Cause 3 in the network.

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