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Just Cause 3 screenshots leaked online

A set of Just Cause 3 screenshots have been leaked online, showing off some explosive action.
 
Although, Square Enix hasn’t officially release this collection of Just Cause 3 screenshots, it hasn’t stopped them from being leaked online.
 
The collection of screenshots appeared on NeoGaf and reveal some of the gameplay features coming with the game later this year.
 
You’ll spot a touch of plane rodeo, including a point where protagonist Rico Rodriguez is seen pulling a pilot out of his plane mid-flight over the ocean.
 
There’s also a shot of Rodriguez free-falling from a plane he no doubt exploded just moments before.
 
It looks like Just Cause 3 will also introduce a wing suit as a new form of transport – a la Far Cry 4.
 
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We also like the idea of dragging some flammable barrels behind our new set of wheels for some flaming mayhem.
 
There’s also a hint that Hungary will play some role in the game, thanks to the Hungarian flag you can see on a plane tail.
 
Just Cause 3 is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC later this year, but we don’t know much about the open world adventure title so far.
 
It will be based in a fictional Mediterranean archipelago and you’ll be tasked with overthrowing a brand new and tyrannical leader.
 
We’ll keep you posted if we heard any more official, or unofficial, news about Just Cause 3.
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