Just Cause 4 accidentally shows up on Steam storefront
09 June, 2018, 08:41
It's already three years since the last entry, which means that Avalanche Studios is just about ready to unleash Just Cause 4 - another sandbox game full of action, absurdly large explosions and over-the-top stunts.
It was expected to be announced at E3, with speculation that Avalanche New York would be developing the game.
The list, which is becoming increasingly more accurate as time goes on, correctly leaked Lego DC Villains, Rage 2, and Assassin's Creed - though the latter wasn't called Odyssey like we now know it is. Now all of the limelight is going to be eaten up by Just Cause 4, which was probably awaiting a more official announcement during Square Enix's E3 conference on Monday.
Just Cause 4 has no now announced release window or platforms, but will likely be coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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What can we expect from Just Cause 4?
In the background of the image - grabbed by freelance gamers journalist, Steven Oz - you can see a Square Enix logo, suggesting that the Japanese publisher will continue to act as the publisher for the famously independent Avalanche Studios.
I'm sure Generation Zero and Just Cause 4 will be shown off extensively in Los Angeles next week.
Just Cause 4 definitely exists, and it's definitely coming to Steam. It's a brand new IP from the studio, which sees the player explore and try to survive in a "reimagining of 1980's Sweden" where hostile machines have invaded the countryside.
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