Square Enix has announced that their in-development Just Cause Mobile game has now been canceled and its early access version will soon be pulled from stores.
The game was originally announced back in 2021 but was delayed several times before the announcement of its cancellation.
“It is with great sadness that we are announcing the end of development for Just Cause Mobile,” said Anne-Lou Grosbois-Favreau, Square Enix’s global brand lead on the Just Cause franchise (via VGC).
“As of the 3rd of July 2023, the game will no longer appear on digital stores. It is never easy to put forth an announcement of this nature, especially to our fans who have been awaiting the release. We sincerely appreciate the support you have given us”.
They have also confirmed that any Blue Diamonds (the title’s in-game currency) that were purchased during the regional early access will be refunded in full to your Google Play Account.
The Just Cause mobile game was to be a spin-off of Square Enix’s popular action-adventure series of the same name. It would have offered a story campaign as well as a 30-player competitive multiplayer and 4-person co-op.
The last mainline Just Cause game, developed by Avalanche Studio was Just Cause 4 which was released in 2018.