Just Cause 3 ‘Air, Land, & Sea Expansion Pass’ announced

'Sky Fortress' downloadable add-on launching next month.

Just Cause 3

Square Enix and Avalanche Studios have announced the ‘Air, Land, & Sea Expansion Pass’ for Just Cause 3. The first of three add-ons included with the pass, dubbed ‘Sky Fortress,’ will launch in March. Expansion Pass holders will get it a week before everyone else.

For $24.99 / €24.99 / £19.99, the Expansion Pass includes:

  • ‘Sky Fortress’ (available standalone for $11.99 / €11.99 / £9.49) – Contains a brand new set of missions that introduce a new threat – a huge and terrifying Sky Fortress and an army of deadly robotic drones. To tackle his deadly new adversary, Rico Rodriguez will use a new upgradeable, rocket-powered, weaponised ‘Bavarium Wingsuit’ fitted with shoulder mounted machine guns and auto targeting missiles – alongside his new ‘Eviction’ personal defence drone and ‘Bavarium Splitter’ assault rifle.
  • ‘Land Mech Assault’ – Will contain another new series of missions that introduce a unique new vehicle that can be carried over into the main game; a heavily armoured mech armed with a gravity gun that allows objects to be picked up and powerfully thrown in any direction. Although the mech is as strong as a tank, it is highly manoeuvrable and agile and behaves unlike anything else in the game.
  • ‘Bavarium Sea Heist’ – Details will be revealed in the following months.

While ‘Land Mech Assault’ and ‘Bavarium Sea Heist’ are still to be dated, both will be available before the end of the summer and released one week early to Expansion Pass holders.

Watch the trailer for ‘Sky Fortress’ below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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