Just Cause 3 – 6 Minutes of Visceral Gameplay

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Were you a fan of Just Cause 1 & 2? Then you’re going to absolutely love Square Enix’s Just Cause 3which is absolutely packed full of the same explosive and destructive open-world action delivered in the past JC games.

Once again, you take control of Rico Rodriguez, but this time you’re causing chaos on the island chain of Medici. The base idea is similar to previous Just Cause games, you’re equipped with a plethora of tools and unique weaponry, and your task is to loosen the tyrannous grip that the Dictator, General Di Ravello, has on Medici. Seems simple enough, right?

Everything in Just Cause 3 is physics based, and everything can be destroyed. From building, to the local flora and fauna, nothing is safe from Rico’s destruction. The driving has been completely overhauled from the previous Just Cause games, ultimately giving players more control and a more streamlined feel. The old pre-determined points that you could “snap to” with your grapple have also been eliminated, now you’re completely free to roam the wings of a flying plane, or walk around on a semi truck.

Near the end of the video, we’re shown Rico taking on an absolutely massive communication hub of some sort, using a variety of different means. I’m not going to go into great detail, because you can watch it for yourself, but wow, does that look fun.

All-in-all Just Cause 3 looks like it’s going to be pretty decent, and should pack quite a few hours of entertainment into that completely massive open world. From land, to air, to sea, chaos will be caused everywhere, that’s a fact, but how are you going to cause that chaos? That’s the question.

What are your thoughts? Are you going to be picking up a copy of Just Cause 3? Let us know below! 

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