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Just Cause 4 continues story, brand new environment

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Just Cause 4 continues story, brand new environment

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Angel Mendez, Staff Writer

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The Just Cause series is centered around an open world environment, focused on doing crazy stuff as the character Rico Rodriguez in South America. Just Cause 4 is no exception. In Just Cause 4, you try to take down the organization “Black Hand” led by Gabriela Morales, and find out the truth about the death of Rico’s father.

Just Cause 4 is a game where you can have fun. It’s supposed to be unrealistic; you can make a goat fly by attaching balloons to it or put rocket-type gadgets on cars and make it blast into the air. Dying in Just Cause 4 takes longer than other games so you can get shot by multiple people and not die, giving you the chance to escape.

If you’re done with the story or just want to enjoy the open world, then you can explore the four different biomes that are found throughout the map: the Rainforest, Grassland, Alpine, and the Desert. The weather affects your abilities, providing advantages and dangers.

There is returning equipment from Just Cause 3, including the grappler, parachute, and a wingsuit. You can upgrade your gadgets to improve combat effectiveness and delivery cargo, which will get an airplane to drop vehicles to lend a helping hand.

Once you beat the story, there isn’t much to do other than explore the map and find the cool Easter eggs that are found in the map and a cool minigame. Even though fans have been wanting it, there is no multiplayer for Just Cause 4, which will possibly affect the replayability.

Overall, Just Cause 4 is a fun game to cause some mayhem on the open world with the new advanced weapons and the new weather. Although Just Cause 4 is a good game, I don’t think it’s a game where it’s worth the full $60 because of the fact it has no multiplayer and uses microtransactions. I would rate Just Cause 4 out of 10 because of the lack of multiplayer and iffy replayability.

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Angel Mendez, Staff Writer

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