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Just Cause 3 gameplay reveal coming April 28

A Just Cause 3 gameplay trailer is coming on April 28, giving us a first look at the game in action.

Square Enix and Avalanche Studios have confirmed a Just Cause 3 gameplay trailer reveal will occur on April 28.

The gameplay trailer for the open world adventure will be shown off at 2pm GMT on Tuesday, April 28 for the first time.

Although the official @JustCause Twitter feed announced the news with a brief teaser GIF showing the game protagonist, Rico Rodriguez, soaring over a field of sunflowers in a brand new wing suit.

Then you see a quick flash of something exploding. It certainly gets us super excited.

Developer Avalanche Studios also revealed the trio of pack shots for Just Cause 3, which is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC.

The Just Cause 3 release date has been set as “Holiday 2015” but we should hear more at Square Enix’s special E3 2015 press conference.

Related: E3 2015 game predictions

The first Just Cause 3 trailer was released in February this year and was entitled “Firestarter”.

It didn’t tell us a lot about the game, but it did confirm that we’d be seeing a Far Cry 4 style wingsuit take flight in the game.

Avalanche Studios states the game will offer a “new playground of chaos and destruction” and will be set on a fictional Mediterranean archipelago.

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