Just Cause 3 Summary
E3 2015: Avalanche open Square Enix event with Just Cause 3, releases 'This Is Just Cause 3' trailer, launches December 1st
The return of Rico with Just Cause 3 blows open the E3 conference for Square Enix, and developer Avalanche announces the global release date for the island-dictator-toppler as December 1st.
An all-new trailer with delicious destruction, gunfire, wing-suit acrobatics and a total disregard for national infrastructure. Rico gets an upgraded grappling hook, which includes 'multiple tethers' for serious mischief.
Still more conference pageantry to get through withtoday holding theirs a little later at 10.00am PDT / 6.00pm GMT+1. A live stream of the conference is all ready to go.
Square have some heavy hitters like the new Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, and of course the open world Just Cause 3, the silent Hitman returns, and there's always more Final Fantasy.
Only joking. The first gameplayfrom Just Cause 3 (and developer is at great pains to point out that this is all all unscripted and in-game) is one long ode to over-the-top video game carnage, and we wouldn't have it any other way.
Rico's latest foray into directorship-toppling will be shown in gameplay form next week asgive us a peek at Just Cause 3 in action. Box art for the open world regime changer has also been revealed.
The officialhas a teasing looped short of footage, promising to show us some meaty gameplay next week on Tuesday, April 28th via YouTube.
Previousgames have always come with a demo, but Square Enix that won't be the case for the upcoming Just Cause 3. There also won't be a photo mode for you to take snapshots of your craziest stunts. More's the pity.