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The Just Cause 2 multiplayer mod is a fascinating spectacle of open-world mayhem. The entire thing centers around the getting a whole bunch of players together and then completely stirring up a pot of chaos around the fictional world of Panua. The latest video showcases some of that chaos in the most ridiculous ways imaginable.
So basically, during the beta test of the ever-evolving Just Cause 2 multiplayer mod, the “boost” mode limitations was disabled, as described by DSO Gaming. By disabling the boost limitations some vehicles were able to perform some insane stunts with some of the vehicles.
One of the most notable things that occurs throughout the video collage is a dump truck taking a bit of flying lessons across the vast expanse of the ocean. What's the destination? Who cares... it's a flying dump truck for crying out loud!
The mayhem wasn't just contained within a single video, however, there was a second video to give you an idea of just how crazy things get with the limits of boost mode taken away. Check it out below.
Just Cause 2 has been seeing a lot of inventive mods lately, ranging from things as simple as a skin modification to turn Rico into someone like Spider-Man (and it's only fitting given that the grappling hook seems to work a lot like Spider-Man's web shooting device) to more advanced mods that give the game a look and feel of something over-the-top like Ubisoft's Blood Dragon.
The sky is almost the limit for Just Cause 2 and so long as Avalanche Studios doesn't move away from the community by locking the game down like some studios, then we can presumably look forward to the same sort of dedication and modding support from the community when Just Cause 3 inevitably launches.
You can learn more about the Just Cause 2 multiplayer beta by paying a visit to the mod's official website. The team usually holds beta weekends every month or so as they continue to stress test servers and move closer to a public release. If the team manages to iron out all the kinks, this could be one of the biggest, coolest MMO-type add-ons for a retail game ever. And here's a little something-something for those of you who missed out on the last multiplayer beta test.