Square Enix’s long-delayed Just Cause: Mobile officially cancelled

Square Enix has cancelled development of its long-in-the-works Just Cause mobile game, which had been available in regional early access – but never fully launched – since November 2021.

Just Cause: Mobile was unveiled in December 2020, during The Game Awards, where it was billed as a free-to-play action shooter set in the Just Cause universe, featuring single-player, four-player co-op, and 30-person competitive multiplayer modes.

It was originally set to launch in 2021, and, did, eventually get a release in Singapore – albeit only as regional early access title – before the year was through. Since then, Just Cause: Mobile’s early access has spread to a number of other countries but development has been repeatedly hit by delays, culminating in an indefinite delay toward the end of last year and, in February, the termination of all regional early access programmes.

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