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Re-Oppression is a game feature in Just Cause 3 available after completion of the main storyline.
To re-oppress a location, the player has to have finished the storyline and liberated the location. Once the location is liberated, the player can go to the map, select the location, and select "Re-oppress and Fast Travel" from the menu. This resets the location to the way it was at the start of the game and fast travels Rico to it. This will cost 1 flare.
According some sources, when re-oppressing a Regional CentCom Base (either Corda Dracon: Centcom, Cima Leon: Centcom, or Falco Maxime: Centcom), the CentCom towers will reappear but when the base is taken over, it disappears. This is yet to be confirmed, as sometimes, the towers stay. However, FOW is permanently disabled after completing the FOW disabling missions.
Re-Oppression is unlocked after completing all the storyline missions.
- According to the JC3 wishlists, it was one of the most commonly wanted features for the game, among multiple Grappler cables, free Black Market and Just Cause 3 Multiplayer.
- See also: Sandbox Mode.
- Once a military base is re-oppressed, it will retain Rebellion markings on the buildings and Guard Towers. However, this may not be visible to everyone.
- Re-Oppression of towns, outposts, or bases will not affect the province it is in. The province will stay liberated.