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Just Cause 3 may have outdone its groundbreaking series
Square Enix reveals startling gameplay footage.
Just Cause 3 looks like it might have topped its series predecessor. Don’t believe me—just watch.
The gameplay footage was unveiled during Square Enix’s E3 press conference on Tuesday. The teaser details just how much chaos can be unleashed with the new game. And remember that crazy grapple hook mod for Grand Theft Auto V? It was inspired by Just Cause 2, and 3 takes it to hilarious new levels. You will be able to grapple helicopters, cars, and non-playable characters together and watch the madness ensue.
Like the last iteration, Just Cause 3 will encompass a huge 400-square-mile island with a sandbox full of toys to play with.
We can expect Just Cause 3 on Dec. 1.
Screengrab via Just Cause/YouTube
Imad Khan is a gaming and esports reporter. His work has been featured on Digital Trends and ESPN.