Just Cause 3 is a very enjoyable open world action game. You can see for yourself by reading our review. However, like so many games released today, Just Cause 3 has launched with many of its features distinctly broken, or having other technical issues. Glitches in the regular game are one thing, but server problems have been fairly rampant, causing problems with the online components that lead to disruptions of the single player experience.
Today developer Avalanche Studios has responded to fans concerning these problems, in a post made on the Just Cause 3 Steam page. “Just Cause 3 launched yesterday. We’ve received some great review scores and have been enjoying all the incredible videos and amazing comments you’ve made so far. We’re excited that the game is finally in your hands as we love seeing the crazy things new players do in our massive, explosive sandbox. Thank you for your support! However, we know that some of you are encountering some technical issues – we’re looking into them all and we’re fully committed to providing you the best possible experience.”
Just saying that they are looking at solutions isn’t quite enough though, as the developer acknowledges. “We know you’re going to want specific information on when a patch will land and what will be fixed – we would love to give you that information, and we will as soon as we have it. But right now, a little over one day since we launched, we have huge numbers of players in our enormous game world and we’re monitoring all the data coming in.
“We need a little bit of time to recreate some of these issues and build fixes. Rest assured though – we are fully committed to making Just Cause 3 as awesome as possible. We already know loads of people are having a blast with the game but we’ll do all we can to make sure everyone is laughing and smiling as they play.”
In the meantime, Avalanche recommends that players who encounter problems consistently contact Customer Support. PC players can also check out the Steam forums for possible solutions as they wait for the promised patch.