Just Cause: Mobile, Square Enix’s action shooter game set in the Just Cause universe, has been postponed to 2022. Just Cause: Mobile was originally slated for release in 2021. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic hindering development progress, Square Enix has announced the postponed release window.
Just Cause: Mobile is a free-to-play action shooter set in the Just Cause universe with explosive single-player and multiplayer co-op and PVP gameplay.
This is not a sequel to Just Cause 4. On the other hand, Just Cause: Mobile is a brand new story told from a different perspective, with gameplay specially designed for mobile.
Just Cause: Mobile has been postponed to a release in 2022
Just Cause: Mobile’s release delay is in line with similar difficulties other studios have faced due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The entire video game industry has suffered from the situation, with developers mostly working from home – which has adversely affected game development progress. The video game industry suffers more from work-from-home scenarios because many aspects of a video game are developed with significant collective effort.
Square Enix has promised to show fans more of the game as the launch approaches. Just Cause: Mobile is a free-to-play action shooter set in the Just Cause universe. It offers character customization and equipment leveling.
The single player campaign for Just Cause: Mobile takes place in large open world locations that give players plenty of freedom to explore. In the meantime, the Just Cause franchise will feature an in-game multiplayer experience for the first time. Players can invite their friends and wreak havoc together, or team up with strangers for havoc on the handheld on the go.
However, fans looking for the next Just Cause game for PC or consoles will have to wait longer as Square Enix said they don’t currently have a new Just Cause project to confirm. However, they have kept the channel open for future Just Cause game releases on PC or consoles:
“Our current plans are not just to make the series mobile.”