When a new video game nears its launch day, games publishers and retailers try to entice a (full price) pre-order with special offers, exclusive in-game extras, or some kind of competition. In the case of Just Cause 3, publisher Square Enix has decided to go down the competition route. Only, this isn’t a competition for Just Cause 3 swag, it’s the chance to win your very own real life island.The rules of entry are pretty simple. You need to pre-order the Day 1 Edition of Just Cause 3 on either Xbox One or PS4. When your game arrives on December 1, head on over to http://jc3winanisland.com and register for the competition followed by linking your PSN or Xbox Live account. There will be a special code in the Day 1 Edition box to enter, too. Once that’s done, you’re ready to compete.Winning the island requires you to top the Chaos Points leader board at the end of the first 90 days the game is available. Chaos Points are collected in a number of ways including completing missions, collecting items, causing lots of destruction, and achieving 100% completions in different areas of the game. For Just Cause 3, developer Avalanche Studios has decided to equip the player with unlimited C4 so as to increase the potential for destruction much further compared to previous series entries.Winning the island will not be easy when you consider the competition is open to anyone playing the game in the US, Canada, Mexico, and Chile. But what is it exactly you are trying to win?Square Enix has not revealed which island is up for grabs. The rules state that the island will be valued at up to $50,000 with the location determined by one of the game’s sponsors. There is no guarantee that the island will be “inhabitable, developed or reachable by any means other than a boat.” Another important part of the rules to point out is the following:“All taxes and fees associated with purchasing and obtaining of Island (including but not limited to attorney’s fees, escrow, and closing costs) are the responsibility of the Winner.”So if you win, you could end up having to pay to secure ownership of this island–an island you may never be able to visit or do anything with depending on its location and size. That could be a bit of a shock for whoever ends up winning, because who reads the rules, right? The good news is, you can opt to have $50,000 in cash instead, which is likely the option 99% of people would choose anyway.