Greetings Eurogamers. We're on the eve of Gamescom, the videogame uberconvention in Germany at which new games are announced, upcoming games are teased and the entire games industry becomes 80 percent currywurst by volume.
If you've played Just Cause 3 you'll be familiar with hero Rico Rodriguez's wingsuit, with which he can glide and swoop gracefully around Medici. If that seems a bit sedate, you might be interested in the Just Cause 3's upcoming Sky Fortress DLC, which straps a missile-launching jet pack to Rico, transforming him into a human F-14.
If you find a game hidden within another game, and you're as easily distracted as us, chances are you'll wind up playing that instead of getting on with saving humanity or your family or whatever the mission was supposed to be before you got sidetracked.
You may have already seen a couple of videos that we've published featuring Just Cause 3 - one of which gives you a sense of the game's scale, whereas the other one is just, well, a bit weird. It involves a cow and a makeshift catapult and it's probably the fairest representation of what people will actually spend their time doing in a game like this.
The release date for Just Cause 3 is fast approaching, which is all very exciting, but there are still so many questions about Square Enix's latest that have yet to be answered.
Just Cause 3 is, if rumours are to be believed, on its way this year, leaving us wondering what will be added to the open world series in the third instalment. Looking back on the parachute-heavy pandemonium of Just Cause 2, Johnny grapples (get it) with our most wanted features.