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Set in the fictional South American world of Solis, JUST CAUSE 4 takes the series incredible destruction and unique physics to a whole new level with the introduction of tornadoes and other Extreme Weather events. JUST CAUSE 4 has four distinct biomes: Rainforest, Grasslands, Alpine & Desert. With each biome offering its own individual, fully simulated weather event, players will have a truly unique experience as they traverse this deep, diverse world.

Rico Rodriguez returns in JUST CAUSE 4 with his trademark parachute, wingsuit and, of course his grapple hook, now enhanced with new functionality and fully customisable. Making it the most powerful and creative tool the player has ever had.

“We’ve taken everything that players loved from our previous games and with brand new features, enhanced physics and core gameplay improvements, we’ve created the most ambitious Just Cause experience to date,” said Francesco Antolini, Game Director at Avalanche Studios. “The introduction of Extreme Weather is a complete game changer - players will not have seen anything like this in a videogame. We have created fully physicalized tornadoes, blizzards, sandstorms and torrential downpours which affect gameplay in a very real way. All of this is now possible thanks to our brand new Apex engine.”

The new Apex engine underpins everything in JUST CAUSE 4. It delivers the most interactive, extreme weather simulations ever seen in a videogame, complimented by incredible visuals, unparalleled physics and endless creative possibilities.

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Fun game.... Don't take it too seriously. Great price and heat.
Bargain, I had it at full price, changed too much from 3,in a bad way, but still fun to be had.
I really struggled with this - if you loved JC2/3, you won't automatically enjoy this one.
The JC games since 2 have been a funny lot. I loved 2, but I bounced off 3.. it's on my pile to go back to one day and try again. I've also read elsewhere that some folk didn't like 3 but found 4 to be more like 2 and therefore more enjoyable.. and here in this thread we have the opposite, with someone saying they prefer aspects of 3 over 4.

There's no accounting for anyone's taste I guess
moonspook09/01/2020 11:18

The JC games since 2 have been a funny lot. I loved 2, but I bounced off …The JC games since 2 have been a funny lot. I loved 2, but I bounced off 3.. it's on my pile to go back to one day and try again. I've also read elsewhere that some folk didn't like 3 but found 4 to be more like 2 and therefore more enjoyable.. and here in this thread we have the opposite, with someone saying they prefer aspects of 3 over 4.There's no accounting for anyone's taste I guess


Different strokes rule the world
moonspook09/01/2020 11:18

The JC games since 2 have been a funny lot. I loved 2, but I bounced off …The JC games since 2 have been a funny lot. I loved 2, but I bounced off 3.. it's on my pile to go back to one day and try again. I've also read elsewhere that some folk didn't like 3 but found 4 to be more like 2 and therefore more enjoyable.. and here in this thread we have the opposite, with someone saying they prefer aspects of 3 over 4.There's no accounting for anyone's taste I guess


Personally it's the structure and ease of the grapple I like in 3,currently doing 2 and I enjoy the game, but the lack of being able to see what's left of a city/village/base to destroy I find frustrating, I found the check list helpful in 3.
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