With a new configuration, procedural climate and completely new weapons, Just Cause 4 will become the most expansive and ambitious entry of the series so far.
It's been a long wait for fans of the series – Just Cause 3 was released in December 2015. But there's not much to do now, with number 4, first introduced at E3 earlier this year, launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC on December 4, 2018.
But what can we expect from Just Cause 4? In addition to the above, there is a new game engine and a new rival for your protagonist, Rico Rodríguez. Read on to know all the details.
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Just Cause 4: Trailer and map
Of course, a new game means a new configuration. From the fictional Mediterranean country of Medici, Just Cause crosses the ocean to the fictitious South American country of Solís. It's another great open world, it's not surprising considering the success it had in the previous game.
A map of Solis has already been published by Square Enix. As expected, there is a wide variety of terrains. A snow-covered mountain range is aligned in the center, with a desert to the west and hills, rivers and lakes in the east and south. What appears to be small settlements are scattered across the map, with a large city called Quya in the southeast.
Also on the map is a point that points to extreme weather patterns & # 39; That will be the new meteorological system generated by the procedures, then. Part of that was revealed during the Gamescom 2018 game in August and reveals how Rico pursues a tornado in a brand new vehicle. New wind currents have been introduced, which means that your adventures with the wingsuit should be much more exciting.
In addition to the famous wingsuit and parachute, there is a new and customizable hitch hook. Detailed in the previous Gamescom trailer, it comes with custom charges, which include an explosive charge pulse, the option to connect multiple transport aircraft (transport balloons) and the ability to place precision boosters on the rocker shaft.
In addition to that, there is a supposed wealth of new weapons, too, and they all include a secondary option of firing. Demonstrated in the trailer is a rail gun that can fire a powerful beam of energy, in addition to being able to deploy a drone.
Meanwhile, the latest advance of the game reveals what seems to be the main antagonist of Just Cause 4. Gabriel Morales is the leader of the paramilitary group, Black Hand. Not much is known about him or the plot of the game, but we are sure there will be many encounters between him and Rico throughout the game.
Empowering all this, this is a completely new version of the game. Apex game engine. According to the developers of the game Avalanche Studios, the new engine "offers the most interactive and extreme climate simulations that can be seen in a video game, complemented by incredible images, unrivaled physics and infinite creative possibilities." A lot to fulfill.  If you can not get enough of Just Cause 4, then watch the full 20 minute presentation. We will update this page when new game updates arise.