Square Enix Apologizes for ‘Just Cause 4’ Technical Issues

Whenever There Are Tornadoes, Something’s Bound to Go Wrong

Evidenced by this year’s setbacks in the industry, no game is without its faults. Many Just Cause 4 players have learned this the hard way, and publisher Square Enix has stepped up to acknowledge the game’s issues and offer reassurance.

Square Enix has issued an apology to Just Cause 4 players. Firstly, they declared that the game was a huge undertaking for Avalanche Studios, hence the performance problems. They wanted to thank players who stuck by the experience. In the coming weeks, devs will apply fixes to many of the problems reported on console and PC.

“Due to the complexity of Just Cause 4’s vast open world and advanced physics systems we understand that a number of you are experiencing various technical issues,” the company wrote. “Even though the game has now launched, this is just the start of our continued support on Just Cause 4. We are actively monitoring your feedback very closely and have a team of engineers at Avalanche Studios working hard on updating and improving the game. Once these fixes have been through internal and first party tests then we’ll be rolling them out ASAP.”

Here’s the list of upcoming fixes coming to Just Cause 4.

Xbox One & PS4

  • Fixes to some motion blur rendering issues
  • Add a motion blur toggle to the options menu (following user requests)
  • Improvements to the overall visual quality on both Xbox One and PS4
  • Fixes to some texture mapping issues
  • Other graphical improvements, such as smoother vegetation transitions
  • Various stability fixes
  • Lighting updates to some cutscenes

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  • Improvements to menu navigation for mouse and keyboard users
  • Support for remapping of movement keys
  • Improved vegetation rendering and asset updates
  • Fixes to some texture mapping issues
  • Increased mouse sensitivity range
  • Corrected specialised vehicle support for mouse and keyboard players
  • Fixed issue with steering flying vehicles with keyboard
  • Numerous stability fixes

If any major bugs appear during our review in progress, you can be sure we’ll mention them. Stay tuned for COGconnected’s piece. But if you’re already playing the game, let us know; have you spotted any game-breaking issues? Comment down below.

SOURCE: Square Enix