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- Explore a Mediterranean island paradise with complete vertical freedom - skydive, BASE jump and free dive in an open world with virtually zero limits
- Glide through the air and swoop across mountains with your Wingsuit giving a new way to rain death from above
- Use your Grapple and Parachute to scale buildings, hijack vehicles, move quickly or tether objects together for creative new ways to cause Chaos
- Cause massive chains of destruction in military bases, harbors, prisons, police stations and communications facilities to bring down a dictator
- Arm yourself with a wide range of explosive weaponry from shotguns and missile launchers to tank-busters and air-strikes
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Just Cause 3
The Mediterranean republic of Medici is suffering under the brutal control of General Di Ravello, a dictator with an insatiable appetite for power. Enter Rico Rodriguez, a man on a mission to destroy the General’s hold on power by any means necessary. With over 400 square miles of complete freedom from sky to seabed and a huge arsenal of weaponry, gadgets and vehicles, prepare to unleash chaos in the most creative and explosive ways you can imagine.
Huge Variety of Vehicles
Choose from a huge variety of different vehicles to drive including speedboats, jets, helicopters, turbo-fuelled sports cars and super bikes
Wide Range of Explosives
Arm yourself with a wide range of explosive weaponry from shotguns and missile launchers to tank-busters and air-strikes
Complete Vertical Freedom
Explore a Mediterranean island paradise with complete vertical freedom – skydive, BASE jump and free dive in an open world with virtually zero limits
Blow Stuff Up
Cause massive chains of destruction in military bases, harbours, prisons, police stations and communications facilities to bring down a dictator
Air, Land & Sea Expansion Pass
The Air, Land and Sea Pass includes 3 incredible DLC packs no fan will want to miss!
It’s never over for Rico Rodriguez; explore Medici like you never imagined with 3 new game-changing explosive experiences featured in the Air, Land and Sea pass including new action-packed missions, new enemy types, weapons, gadgets and unique vehicles that transform the Just Cause 3 world.
The 3 add on packs will become available post launch. This is sold separately and requires the base game Just Cause 3 in order to play.
The Mediterranean republic of Medici is suffering under the brutal control of General Di Ravello, a dictator with an insatiable appetite for power. Enter Rico Rodriguez, a man on a mission to destroy the General's hold on power by any means necessary. With over 400 square miles of complete freedom from sky to seabed and a huge arsenal of weaponry, gadgets and vehicles, prepare to unleash chaos in the most creative and explosive ways you can imagine.
Top customer reviews
It got kind of boring after a couple days. I found myself going back and playing other games instead of working to finish this one.
1. Lots of bugs. Had to reboot the ps4 couple of times in the first ten mins. one of the first missions, planting bomb on the bridge, won't let me do it. Had cycle through the weapons several time then somehow the bomb becomes plantable.. .weird bug. Things like this should be patched already - 4 months after release.
2. Lots of loading and cutscenes. Way too much.
3. The physics and controls are subpar compared to GTA or Saint's Row.
Let’s start with the weakest element of this game, and frankly the other two as well. Story wise, there’s just not much to enjoy. There is some sort of story, and there are attempts made to tie Rico Rodriguez directly to the events of the game, but it’s both overly complex and half hidden. If you only play the main story elements, you miss half the story. There is an entire collectible chain that revolves around finding audio cassettes that detail how the villain of the game essentially engineered major events in Rico’s life. Assuming you’ve invested interest in the core story, those are important elements that probably shouldn’t have been relegated to optional collectibles. Even gathering those doesn’t really salvage the story, though, so it almost doesn’t matter. Basically, you’re not playing this for the plot.
Now that the negative part is over, let’s get to why this game is absolutely worth playing even without a good story: the gameplay itself. I can’t think of another title that allows such freedom in approach, and even the travel mechanics are so good now that I avoided any form of movement that didn’t involve the wing suit and parachute for 90% of the game. Just Cause 3 drops you into a massive landscape and then lets you do whatever you like. For me, this resulted in a number of truly memorable efforts. Trying to wing suit my way across the map without stopping? Very difficult, but it actually can be managed and is worth doing. Taking on the most heavily fortified bases with only 1 story mission done? Sure, just get good at dodging nukes and armored helicopters. Better yet, train yourself to grab one of those helos and bomb as much as you can before it’s wrecked and you have to jump into another one to repeat the process. Can you remotely wipe out a base without setting off any alerts? You can, but it’ll take a while! All of this, incidentally, doesn’t even get into the physics systems at play. As an example, one mission had a pair of NPCs that had to be escorted while battling waves of enemies on motorcycles, jeeps, and choppers. To avoid blowing through my ammo before the mission hit the halfway point, I used the tether system to tie cars into the landscape to flip them, the motorcycles into the choppers, etc. This allowed me to get the NPCs through without firing a round. The level of freedom offered is really unlike any other game.
Just Cause 3 builds on the foundations of the previous games to present an experience that allows the player to approach gameplay in any way they choose. This is far and away the best aspect of the game, but to stay relevant going forward hopefully they will start shoring up the narrative shortcomings. Regardless, this is still one of the finest examples of an open world title you can play.
Too bad, because the mechanics are otherwise as solid as ever.