Strangely, some products are called "URGA", indicating that the name is an abbreviation, but others are called "Urga". Also, some products are named "UP-[something]", some are "U-[something]" and some follow no guidelines. We know they're products of the same company because their description at the Rebel drop says so.
Between Just Cause 2 and Just Cause 3, the company appears to have expanded its line of products. This could indicate an expansion of the company but it could also just indicate that the company has sold more products to Medici than to Panau.
The Art of Just Cause 3 collectors edition book states: "Our invented brand called URGA emulated Eastern European style vehicles and hardware designed for function and sturdyness."
|Just Cause 2||URGA-9380||Large military truck|
|Just Cause 3|
|Urga Bkolos 2100||Armored car with a turret|
|Urga Fura 570||Armored truck / APC|
|Urga Hroch||Landing craft|
|Urga Hrom D||Large armed helicopter|
|Urga Mstitel||Modern attack helicopter|
|Urga Ogar 7 V8||Buggy|
|Weaponized Urga Ogar||Armed buggy|
|Urga Postolka||Attack helicopter|
|Urga Szturm 63A||Off-road car with an MG turret|
|Urga U17 Akrobat||Utility plane|
|U-39 Plechovka||Assault rifle|
|Urga Stupka-210||Handheld mortar|
|Urga Vdova 89||Light machine gun|
- In Just Cause 2, the company name is in capitals, while in Just Cause 3, the name is in lowercase letters.
- Urga is an Eastern European company, likely Czech. Many of their products have Czech, Polish or Russian names.
- In the JC3 weapons Rebel drop menu, Urga is stylized as "URGA", same as it was in JC2.