Just Cause 3 Release Date Set on Dec. 1, But Here Are Some Notable Features of the Game

Just Cause is a game franchise that is composed of action-packed scenes, tons of explosions, and various missions and challenges. For fans of the first two games, the upcoming Just Cause 3 is almost ready for release by the end of the year.

In spite of the fact that Just Cause 3's release date will hit the market by December, the game's creator has already done enough to make the game as enticing as ever.

According to a report by NDTV Gadgets, the action-packed shooter has just been demoed at Gamescom 2015, where some journalists and game enthusiasts were able to test the early features of the game.

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In the report, Just Cause 3 is set a few years after the set of its predecessor. In the story, the protagonist, Rico Rodgriguez, leaves The Agency, and then returns home to a fictional island in the Mediterranean named Medici.

In the game summary, a dictator who goes by the name of General Di Ravello is ruling over Medici, but sets his eyes on world domination. Rodriguez goes back to action and does everything in order to prevent the dictator from spreading his evil deeds in and out of the island.

In the gameplay at Gamescom, the reviewers mentioned that almost everything in the game can explode or is combustible. There are also challenges that players may partake in the game in order to get rewards and unlock different mods to help them in the game.

Some of these mods include customisation of vehicles, unique action skills, and others. Fortunately, these mods and hidden gems can be turned off in case you do not want to be bothered by that particular mod in a mission.

Just Cause 3 is reportedly so huge that a report claims that Final Fantasy 15 developers Square Enix are working with Avalanche Studios in order to incorporate the same technology to boost FFXV's floating ships.

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