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Just Cause 2 Multiplayer Mod to launch on Steam later today, gets launch trailer

Posted: 16.12.2013 by nickhorth1

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JC2:MM, the free fan-developed multiplayer mod for Just Cause 2, is to be released today on Steam. A brand new launch trailer provides some idea of the fun to be had.

New Avalanche Studios dev diary hints at new Just Cause

Posted: 04.12.2013 by Technet2k

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A trip to Costa Rica by Avalanche Studios has been exposed in a new developer diary, where they show staff capturing the abundance of jungle wild-life and even make sure there's plenty of ocean footage.

It's all for "reference material" and research in their "upcoming open world games," and the captured sky is partially used in Mad Max. They mention Just Cause and how important water simulation is.

Just Cause 2 multiplayer mod hitting Steam soon

Posted: 02.12.2013 by JonahFalcon

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The popular JC2-MP mod which adds multiplayer to the PC version of Just Cause 2, allowing gamers to romp with each other in Avalanche's open world game, will be hitting Steam soon.

Avalanche have "put on ice" a steampunk project, will make it "sooner or later"

Posted: 16.05.2013 by Technet2k

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Christofer Sundberg from Avalanche Studios, developer of Just Cause and Renegade Ops, has said his recent teasing images via Instagram were of a "steampunk-style game" they had in mind.

Of course in the next breathe he then proceeds to rip our steampunk loving hearts out by declaring it 'on ice', until further notice. Being an independent studio at least means they can revisit it.

Avalanche "would have rocked" an open world Star Wars game, 'deal was close'

Posted: 08.05.2013 by Technet2k

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There are some things best kept secret, and this is perhaps one of them. According to an exchange between a former Avalanche Studios bigwig and their current CCO, the Just Cause dev almost had Star Wars.

In fact they "almost got that deal" sealed, according to former studio manager Oskar Burman. If it had of gone through, LucasArts "would be alive today," replied Christofer Sundberg.