Several years after the event in Just Cause 2, cool headed protagonist (Rico Rodriguez) has left the agency after knowing the plot of an ambitious General to use the country’s natural supply of an explosive material called “Bavarium. Equipped with more weapons, he goes back home to bring total chaos in order to restore peace on his homeland.
The Mediterranean republic of Medici is suffering under the brutal control of General Di Ravello, a dictator with an insatiable appetite for power. Rico, a one man army is set on a mission to overthrowthe General, with the use of his signature grappling hook, unlimited C4 and “stunt” maneuvers, he must stop the dictatorship of the General on the fictional nation.
Just Cause 3 features side missions aside from the main story. Having an open world, players are free to explore the vast lands when they are not on missions. You can unlock new mods on Rico’s gear after completing some tasks. You can test the grappling hook or even jumping upside down from a helicopter and landing on the ground with the new parachute, wing suit system. The game also features a large arsenal of weapons, from two-handed pistols to rocket launchers where you can bring total mayhem to the game to add more fun.
Overall, Just Cause 3 is great for what it is. The graphics are phenomenal. I’ve never felt more intense in a video game. From the explosion effects which are stunning, with pieces of metal flying through the air. I suggest playing this game since a sequel, Just Cause 4, is set for release on December 4, 2018.