Just Cause Mobile Has Secretly Soft-Launched In Certain Regions

Earlier this year, Square Enix announced that Just Cause Mobile, a free-to-play shooter set in the Just Cause universe, would be postponed until 2022, due to technical difficulties. However, the game has now officially debuted in Singapore and Malaysia on a limited basis.


Just Cause Mobile — a free-to-play action shooter built in its own distinct universe – is the latest mobile game from Square Enix to hit the market. Anyone who is new with the Just Cause universe should know that the franchise was first developed by Avalanche Studios and then distributed by Square Enix. It was in 2006 that the Just Cause series was originally released on PC and consoles. Following the film's success, numerous sequels were produced. The most current installment, Just Cause 4, was released in 2018.

According to the developers at Square Enix, the game has been specifically tailored for mobile devices. In addition to an action-packed story campaign and competitive multiplayer possibilities, the game is built on and powered by the Unreal Engine 2. Just Cause Mobile features high-definition 3D graphics, responsive touch controls, a unique mobility system, voice chat, and an action-packed gameplay experience.

In Just Cause, you have the option to travel the game's landscape at your leisure, using your equipment, which includes items such as Wingsuits, parachutes, and grapple hooks. In addition, you will have access to a diverse array of weapons, armor, gadgets, and vehicle modifications. It also offers four different game modes that are all separate from one another.


According to rumors, Square Enix is now allowing players residing in Singapore and Malaysia to gain early access to the game. In both of these nations, it is now accessible for download on Android devices through Google Play Store. Perhaps the announcement of the game's release in these territories will come soon as Square Enix has not yet confirmed the game's release in these regions.