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Just Cause 3 screenshots Leaked [Update: New microtransaction hell screenshots]

Mushroomer25

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Oh man. On one hand, I seriously hope this is real - because I need more Just Cause in my life, ASAP.

On the other hand, that menu screen is giving off some serious F2P fumes.
 

BennyBlanco

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I didn't even know this was in development. JC2 was a top 5 game last gen for me.
 

Darryl M R

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Oh god I hope this is true. This series has replaced Far Cry for me (they feel to similar and I like Just Cause so much better).
 

Guile

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Do want!

EDIT: ABORT MISSION! Not supporting yet another $60 game with crappy microtransactions.
 

ekim

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You can rent cars and weapons? Oo
I hope this is no sign for it being some f2p title.
 

Zaku

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Those diamonds scare me. They reek of free to play elements.

Just... How hard is it to just to a proper Just Cause 2 sequel? Big ass world, parachutes, and multiple grappling hooks I don't need a mod to enable.

I'm not asking for much.
 

Afrikan

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If there was any game or Dev that could challenge DriveClub's Beautiful Skys....it would be Avalanche Studios.....but we'll have to see...The 2nd pic looks Amazing.
 

Zomba13

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Having "buy more" doesn't mean F2P, it can also mean full retail release with micro-transactions.
 

NullPointer

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The Buy/Rent thing completely replaced my hype with cautious pessimism.

Having "buy more" doesn't mean F2P, it can also mean full retail release with micro-transactions.
That'd be the worst possibility, yup. As it is I've never seen "rent" used for anything good. Except maybe Forza 5 with its free play cars, but even there I thought that was unfortunate terminology for something that had no actual cost to it.