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Defeat the Dictator in Just Cause 3(2015/11/30)

In Just Cause 3, players can rain down chaos on a peaceful Mediterranean town to their hearts’ content. Series protagonist Rico Rodriguez returns to his homeland to do what he does best: free the land from the grips of an oppressive dictator with as much violence as possible.

Developed by Avalanche Studios and published by Square Enix, Just Cause 3 will be available on PS4, Xbox ONE, and PC. It will be releasing on December 1, 2015. As is increasingly common for PC games, Just Cause 3 requires a 64-bit operating system. You’ll also need at least a GTX 670 or HD 7870 with 2 GB of memory in order to play. To hit the recommended specs, that bumps up to a 3 GB GTX 780 or 4 GB R9 290.

The map size of Just Cause 3 has been confirmed to be similar to that of the setting of Just Cause 2 with 400 square miles (1,000 km2) being dedicated for the new setting. However, its volumetric terrain has increased to allow more verticality – as a result of this, it is now possible for the player to explore subterranean caverns and to scale buildings more effectively and realistically. The world of the game is composed of five major biomes, with each having unique landmarks and landscapes.

A variety of tools will be provided to players for traversal in the game. Just Cause 2’s signature features – the grappling hook and parachute – will be re-appearing with improved mechanics. The focus on chaos and exaggerated physics will also remain. A new wingsuit, which is permanently equipped by the player, will be featured in the game and allow players to glide across the world in a much faster way. When the player almost reaches the ground while utilizing the wingsuit, they can draw themselves back up in the air by utilizing grapples. Players can switch between utilizing the parachute and wingsuit freely during missions or free-roam. In addition to the equipment provided, a wide range of weapons, like missile launchers and shotgun RPGs, and vehicles, such as fighter aircraft, planes, ships, and exotic cars, will be included in the game. These vehicles can be customized by the player and can be used as weapons.

Creativity and destruction are heavily emphasized in Just Cause 3. For instance, many things in the game, including structures like bridges and statues, can be destroyed in a variety of ways. A new mechanic called Rebel Drop will be introduced. It allows the player to pause the game to select equipment, weapons, and vehicles, through a pause menu. The selected objects will be dropped into the game’s world and can be used by players. The game will feature Challenge Modes. It includes mini-games like wingsuit races and the destruction frenzy mode, in which new objectives and challenges will be unlocked when the player destroys an enemy base.

In an interview, CEO of Avalanche Studios, Christofer Sundberg, said that the game will continue to retain and expand Just Cause 2 ’s joy and humor, and that the tone of the game will not be very serious. Despite that, he claimed that the story will be slightly more serious than that of Just Cause 2. He described the tone of the game “70 percent wacky and 30 percent serious”. The game’s campaign explores the series’ protagonist Rico Rodriguez’s backstory, as the game is set in his motherland. His image was made more “approachable”, in which he wears casual clothing like jeans throughout the game, as oppose to his uniform in the original Just Cause and Just Cause 2. His gadgets and equipment are made more realistic.

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