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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
The game has all the hallmarks of your typical action movie: invincible hero, Machiavellian super-villain, loudmouth Texan CIA agent, wise-guy sidekick, socially inept yet brilliant scientist, deep-voiced North African mercenary, and unnecessarily-flirty blonde smuggler. However, it works because the game is fully aware of all the cliches, and embraces them. At one point, a character remarks to the hero that he should be more grateful for having a seemingly-impossible infinite parachute. The main character quips "Shocking!" when he destroys electrical equipment, "There appears to be a service outage" when he destroys communication equipment, and "I should probably get down now" when the aircraft he's in is about to explode. The game is full of pop-culture references, quoting everything from Futurama to Douglas Adams.
Overall, the graphics are pretty good, although it's occasionally frustrating that the distant views appear to be pre-rendered. If you a destroy a military installation, and then look at it from a long way away, it will appear to be back in its original condition, and will only become destroyed when you get closer. The AI is pretty good -- NPCs can drive the vehicle you're in and follow it to a waypoint. There are definitely some glitches: if you liberate a military base from a helicopter after having destroyed a SAM, the SAM will respawn briefly before it becomes a friendly SAM, and will target you. Which kind of sucks. Also, the voice dialogue from the Australian mercenaries gets a bit tiresome -- I don't need to hear "Target is using a grappling device" 500 times a day. But overall, a lot of fun, and a great stress reliever. If I'd paid $60 for it, I might have had higher standards, but now that it's been out for a while, it's cheap enough that it's a no-brainer.
I could easily take off a few stars if I was being childish about my negatives and nitpicks but the game is huge and fun and sometimes that's all it takes. It's a good game to just mess around with for awhile and not have to worry about a story or anything of that sort. One thing people don't get about the world in JC is that it's not meant to be packed with things to do and explore. The world is there as a backdrop and a place for you to play around in. If you want an open world game with exploration and lore then play an Elder Scrolls game. That's not what the open world in JC is for. In terms of fun factor this is a 5 star game. I hope the next JC game makes Rico South American again and it's set in a huge varied world like JC2, I just don't care for the whole Italian thing as much. And give us more control over Rico please. Let us crouch, sneak, take cover, sprint, do crazy action moves. It would make a huge difference.
The two complaints I have I have seen in other reviews. The load times are huge, but I cannot complain too much as what has to be done with the amazing landscape and flying around is worth it. The one that is very frustrating are the crashes. Sometimes at VERY inopportune times. Fortunately what I just blew up was saved so I did not lose too much, but I have to battle my way all the way back into the base, etc. That said, the amount of fun FAR AND AWAY outweighs the problems. So I took one star off for both of them, but do not let this disuade your purchase.
Map: Good but doesnt feel as big as JC2. Probably because half of it is villages and the other half is military only.
Frame rate: Horrible on Xbox One. Probably caused by memory leaks deep in the game engine that are unfixable at this point.
Story: Good. Best in the series.
Most recent customer reviews
As far as the game goes, I loved it. The ending/climax could have been a bit better, but overall I loved the game.