Last we heard, the fabled multiplayer modification of Just Cause 3 had hit a road block after one of the key developers was pinched by Avalanche Studios. I guess it wasn't too big a deal -- a year on and the mod is on the cusp of release.
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Just Cause 3 had some issues, but it also had some of the best video game flying I've experienced in a long time. The game's fun, brief new jetpack-centric "Sky Fortress" DLC manages to improve that flying, with a twist.
More than two months after release, it's still not possible to pirate Just Cause 3. The same is true for Rise of the Tomb Raider, released for PC in late January. Cracking computer games used to be measured in hours or days, but now, it's turning into weeks and months. The nature of piracy is changing in a big way.
Briefly: Someone else has to do the job when Rico is chilling in the main menu. And as it looks like in Tralion's clip, he isn't the one leaning on the car. The car is leaning on him.
Video: Only a few weeks after Just Cause 3 was released, it appears the modding team behind Just Cause 2's spectacular multiplayer mod have already cracked the sequel. There's no indication when the rest of us might be playing Just Cause 3 with a bunch of friends and strangers, but hopefully it's not too far off!
Video: YouTuber teamcream brings order to Just Cause 3's chaotic mess with a pretty lucky move.