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41 minutes of 60FPS Just Cause 3 Gameplay on PC

41 minutes of 60FPS Just Cause 3 Gameplay on PC

41 minutes of 60FPS Just Cause 3 Gameplay on PC

41 minutes of 60FPS Just Cause 3 Gameplay on PC

 

Polygon has recently released 41 minutes of PC gameplay of Just Cause 3, showing us what the game will look like when running at 1080p 60FPS, showcasing a lot of destruction, driving and even some airborne gameplay. 

Just Cause 3 will be in a much larger world that the previous game and will be taking place in the 400 square mile island of Medici, which will offer players a large amount of varying terrain and gameplay options. 

 

 

While the island my look peaceful at a distance Just Cause 3 is about destruction, with the games complex physics allowing the destruction mechanics of this game to be much more satisfying to see and play through in this game. 

Below we have embedded the developers previous Destruction themed developer diary to show you all how the new destruction physics functions.

 

 We wanted destruction to be more physics-driven and more like a fun toybox that can be used as part of the gameplay. More than looking pretty and going boom, if you tether things correctly you can use them defensively or create cascading destruction – destroying an entire base just by pulling one tether. That wasn’t possible before, but improvements in technology let you do this stuff.

 

Right now we have no recommended specifications for this upcoming game, so we will not know how powerful your PC will need to be to run this game until closer to launch.  

Just Cause 3 will be releasing on the 1st of December 2015 and will be releasing on PC, PS4 and Xbox One and is currently one of the most highly anticipated releases of 2015.

 

You can join the discussion on Just Cause 3 on the OC3D Forums

 

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20-10-2015, 09:06:02

SPS
Is it just me or does this look... amateur?Quote

20-10-2015, 09:20:16

AlienALX
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Is it just me or does this look... amateur?
The last one had that sort of feel to it tbh.Quote
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