Pilot and destroy giant mechs in Just Cause 3’s upcoming DLC

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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Square Enix and Avalanche Studios are preparing to release the second of three planned DLC packs for the open world action game Just Cause 3. This DLC will be available for all owners of the Expansion Pass starting June 3, 2016.

According to the game’s Facebook page, the new expansion will take the players to the new island of Lacirma on which protagonist Rico Rodriguez will encounter an abandoned eDen research base. This zone is defended by powerful mechs and Rico will need to use the new Bavarium Power Core rifle in order to disable their shields and hijack them. When Rico gets inside the giant mechs, powerful cannons and GRIP Gravity Guns will be available to smash the enemies into pieces.

Here is a list of things that players can do when this expansion will be released:

– Ability to control two types of powerful Mechs and drive them wherever you want;
– Ability to use the Mech’s Gravitational Remote Influence Project or “GRIP” in order to throw objects at your enemies;
– Ability to jump and smash helicopters from the sky or destroy tanks using the GRIPS’s “Force Pulse” attack;
– Ability to show your skills in Mech Arena challenges in order to earn upgrades;
– A new powerful energy weapon will be added and it will be called Bavarium Power Core rifle.

The game’s Expansion Pass that enables access to all three DLC for Just Cause 3 costs $24.99. However, if you want to purchase only the Mech Land Assault DLC, it will run you $11.99. The third planned DLC pack, named Air, Land & Sea, is expected to arrive before the summer.

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