Just Cause 2's PC Multiplayer Mod Launches All Kinds Of Mayhem Today

If you thought those mass BASE jumps in Battlefield 4 were cool, hum a few bars of the Just Cause 2 multiplayer mod for PC, which just came out of beta and goes live on Steam today. Group parachuting joins boat races, jet combat and demolition derbies among the activities awaiting you in the tropical paradise of Panau.

The mod is free, available via Steam, and will unlock in two hours, according to its Steam page. It went through a weeklong beta test that ended Saturday and the mods developers delivered on their promise that it would launch this year "come hell or high water."

Jets, jeep, ATVs, helicopters, snowy mountains and sunny beaches all await in Panau. Seems like the perfect place to spend your vacation this winter.

JC2-MP Official Launch Trailer [YouTube]

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    Hahaha, awesome!

    Just one question: I don't think I saw any grappling hooks in the trailer. Is there grapple potential in this mod?

      As a participant in all tests, I can say grapples are working, I don't think that the actual line is synced across clients though.

        So tethering a competitor to an oil drum is(n't)... possible?

    Awesome I love this game and it's only $2.99 US right now on Steam so that is even better.

    THIS HAS BEEN OUT FOR 2 WEEKS! doent matter if you need a beta key it was our and playable for ages i even sent a tip in.

    Wrong.
    http://steamcommunity.com/id/Trogue12/screenshots/
    Its been in steam for 2 weeks ir so. See in my screen shots?

      Wasn't it just in beta for the last two weeks? I seem to recall needing to "Sign in through Steam" on the jc-mp.com page to get a key to redeem on Steam...

      Now it is freely available to download and add to your game sans key requirement.

        Yeah but it was fully functional and had 1300 players on it. Also i may be wrong but the release has no new features as of yet. This is just like CS go, pre order to get beta key 2 weeks ahead and play all the way to "release".

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