Just Cause 2: Multiplayer is Mod DB's reader-voted mod of 2013

Mod DB's readers have spoken, and the consensus among them is that Just Cause 2: Multiplayer, the community-made multiplayer addition to Avalanche Studios' Just Cause 2, is the best mod of 2013.

Just Cause 2: Multiplayer, which was released on Steam earlier this month, also took the top spot on Mod DB's editors' choice list last week.

Over the course of a 22-day campaign, Mod DB received a total of more than 141,000 votes. Voting wasn't restricted to mods that were released this year; rounding out the top three on the readers' choice list were No More Room in Hell, a cooperative survival horror mod for Half-Life 2 that debuted in 2011, and Rise of the Reds, a 2008 mod that added the Russian Federation to Command and Conquer: Generals - Zero Hour.

Here's the full top 10:

10. Wyrmstooth (2012, The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim)
9. Fallout: Project Brazil (2013, Fallout: New Vegas)
8. A Clash of Kings (2012, Mount & Blade: Warband)
7. Crusader Kings 2: A Game of Thrones (2012, Crusader Kings 2)
6. Underhell (2011, Half-Life 2)
5. Project Reality: Battlefield 2 (2006, Battlefield 2)
4. Brutal Doom (2012, Doom)
3. Rise of the Reds (2008, Command and Conquer: Generals - Zero Hour)
2. No More Room in Hell (2011, Half-Life 2)
1. Just Cause 2: Multiplayer (2013, Just Cause 2)

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