Just Cause 3 Summary
The next dictator-toppling action adventure fromis well under way and they've finally released some serious eye candy with images of Just Cause 3 doing what it does best.
There are parachutes, helicopters, flying gas canisters, fancy island jungle, military installations, dictator statues, clear blue skies, grappling over fiery destruction... it's all shaping up well.
Just Cause creator, who are also busy with the open-world Mad Max, are turning more of their studio's focus to self-publishing. In fact The Hunter is "contributing quite a lot" to them.
It's given the Swedish developer "control our own destiny" being in direct contact with players, but they aren't shying away from further deals with big publishers like.
It took a group of hard-working modders to add multiplayer functionality to Just Cause 2 with the hugely popular JC2-MP mod, eventually released by publisher Square Enix as DLC for the open world action game.
Considering the mod's subsequent success, it's strange to hear that Just Cause 3 won't ship with a multiplayer capability at launch. Avalanche CCO Christofer Sundberg explained whyrecently.
Amongst all the excitement of the Just Cause 3 announcement, there was just a hint of concern - several screenshots had emerged suggesting that the open world action game might be free-to-play.
Developerhas taken to to squash those rumours; "It (Just Cause 3) will be distributed as a retail box and digital download. It is not a Free To Play game. It does not feature in-game micro transactions."
Square Enix andtoday unveiled Just Cause 3, an open-world action adventure, and the third entry in the series, which will be released for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2015.