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Just Cause 3 gameplay trailer revealed

The first Just Cause 3 gameplay trailer has been revealed by developer Avalanche Studios and publisher Square Enix.

Ahead of what looks to be a massive E3 2015 event for Square Enix, the first Just Cause 3 gameplay trailer has been released.

The gameplay footage, which you can see below, doesn’t focus on cutscenes and story excerpts. Instead it’s all about showing off the new wingsuit, grapple hook and the odd explosion or two.

“Wingsuit, Grapple Hook, Massive Explosions: The first Just Cause 3 Gameplay trailer takes you straight to the intense action,” reads the trailer’s YouTube blurb. “Watch Rico Rodriguez cause choas to the regime of the ruthless dictator General Di Ravello, and stopping at nothing to liberate Medici, his home.”

Related: PS4 vs Xbox One

Square Enix also revealed that you can now pre-order Just Cause 3 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC for when the game is released sometime before Christmas this year.

If you do pre-order the game, you’ll secure yourself access to the Weaponised Vehicle Pack, which is shown off at the end of the debut gameplay trailer.

That DLC pack includes three exclusive luxury vehicles that are pimped out with enough firepower to kick-start the revolution in Medici.

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