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Earlier this week, Square Enix registered the web domain “Justcause3game.com,” Kotaku contributor Superannuation reports.

According to Superannuation, Just Cause 3 is expected to be revealed at this year’s E3 in June, though Kotaku’s Internet sleuth cites no sources to support this.

Substantiating this, however, is developer Avalanche Studios founder and chief creative officer Christofer Sundberg’s LinkedIn profile (spotted by IGN), which mentions an “unannounced sandbox action game” being published by Square Enix that’s a “new installment in a very well-known game series.” According to the LinkedIn listing, said project is scheduled for completion in June 2015 and is coming to next-gen consoles.

This past December, Avalanche teased Just Cause 3’s development in a video that showed team members conducting research in a Costa Rican jungle—research that, clearly, wouldn’t translate over to the bleak wasteland of the company’s other project, Mad Max.

Just Cause 3 domain registered, rumored to be revealed at E3 this year

By | 04/24/2014 03:35 PM PT

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Earlier this week, Square Enix registered the web domain “Justcause3game.com,” Kotaku contributor Superannuation reports.

According to Superannuation, Just Cause 3 is expected to be revealed at this year’s E3 in June, though Kotaku’s Internet sleuth cites no sources to support this.

Substantiating this, however, is developer Avalanche Studios founder and chief creative officer Christofer Sundberg’s LinkedIn profile (spotted by IGN), which mentions an “unannounced sandbox action game” being published by Square Enix that’s a “new installment in a very well-known game series.” According to the LinkedIn listing, said project is scheduled for completion in June 2015 and is coming to next-gen consoles.

This past December, Avalanche teased Just Cause 3’s development in a video that showed team members conducting research in a Costa Rican jungle—research that, clearly, wouldn’t translate over to the bleak wasteland of the company’s other project, Mad Max.

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