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Avalanche Studios and Square Enix have posted the trailer for "Just Cause 3: Mech Land Assault," the upcoming second batch of the "Land, Air, and Sea" expansion pack Dlc for its open world action title "Just Cause 3".
In this one Rico Rodriguez goes to the new island of Lacrima, home to an abandoned research base and prison camp run by the mysterious Black Hand. Defended by huge powerful Mechs, Rico uses a Bavarium Power Core rifle to disable them and then take control of their powerful cannons and Grip Gravity Guns.
This expansion, which follows in the wake of the first "Sky Fortress," will be released on June 10th as a separate purchase, but is already available now for season pass holders. The third batch, the 'Sea' part of the title, has yet to be announced.
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Available to Season Pass owners from today, June 3, Square Enix has unleashed the riotous first trailer for Mech Land Assault, Just Cause 3‘s second of three mainline expansion packs.
Priced at $11.99 (€11.99/£9.49), the Dlc will ship Rico Rodriguez off to the idyllic island of Lacrima, where he hopes to expose the Black Hand and their abandoned eDEN research base. What our gun-toting adrenaline junkie doesn’t realize, though, is that the facility houses giant mechs, and today’s explosive snippet teases some of their gravity-defying abilities.
Like Metal Gear Solid on steroids, Rico is able to attract and hurl objects with the Gravitational Remote Influence Projector, resulting in some truly jaw-dropping fireworks.
Here’s an overview of Mech Land Assault:
Pilot two types of powerful Mech and drive them anywhere in Medici. Unleash the Mech’s Gravitational Remote Influence Projector or “Grip” to attract and hurl objects at your enemies. Jump »
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Air, Land and Sea. That’s the title of Just Cause 3‘s appropriately bonkers expansion pass, and after Square Enix and Avalanche caused chaos in the air with Sky Fortress earlier this year, we now have word of the second mainline installment for the action sequel.
Entitled Mech Land Assault, the Dlc will be priced at $11.99 (€11.99/£9.49) as a standalone purchase – the expansion pass, meanwhile, is available for $24.99/€24.99/£19.99 – and is set to take place on the all-new and beautiful island of Lacrima.
It’s not all sunshine and rainbows, though, after Rico uncovers a mysterious and abandoned research facility housing giant mechs. Ruling over that small army of bipedal machines is the Black Hand, and in the screenshots above, you can get a glimpse of the explosive action that awaits.
Here’s an overview, courtesy of Square Enix:
Pilot two types of powerful Mech and drive them anywhere in Medici. »
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