If you aren't familiar with Just Cause 3, it is a very explosive game where the player is Rico Rodriguez, who is trying to stop a dictator named General Di Ravello, who lives in a fictional Mediterranean island named Medici. The game has a huge open world of about 400 square miles, and there is a lot of it that can be explored in the air thanks to the great feature of infinite C4. Now, there is even more to explore as Avalanche studios added a third and final DLC (Downloadable Content) pack for Just Cause 3 where you explore the Sea, and this is what is known about the Release Date and News.
According to Cinemablend, this is all part of the Season Pass, which included part of the Land, Air, and Sea. This is the Sea portion where you can get your hands on Bavarium Sea Heist content. In this new gaming content, Rico goes out to the sea in order to liberate Medici's coastal waters of Scolio using new vehicle known as the Loochador.
This Loochador is quite a vehicle that flies like a butterfly over the water, and stings like a bee with guns and missiles, and you can see a video of it below. This vehicle is used to battle all kinds of enemy forces, and then go into a Stingray base to find an experimental weapon that can call down the lightning as a weapon.
Yes, there is somehow more even more explosions than ever before, and using that lighting gun sounds like some of the coolest thing in the game, ever. I will leave it up to the players if they think that the games have gone too far as far as believability, but that ship has surely sailed.
This last DLC will be available on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on August 18th. It is part of the Season Pass for $24.99, or for $5.99 each. The first DLC had mechs, and there is a rocket-powered wingsuit in the other one.
In case you are wondering why the math doesn't work on the singular cost for the Season Pass with three times $5.99 not equaling $24.99, I have no idea why that doesn't work as well. Is there some other DLC for Just Cause 3 on the way? That certainly would be fun, wouldn't it? Or are we just going to skip to Just Cause 4? I'm sure there is going to be some explanation on this from Avalanche soon, but for now, Just Cause 3 is so very new.