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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:16pm 21/09/18 | 0 Comments
Ahh Just Cause, what other game lets you attach balloons to a tank and then let you take it up into the air for some aerial bombardment? Probably none. Released today, the 20 minute gameplay demonstration presented by game director Francesco Antolini at Gamescom has been made available to all - and it's definitely worth a watch.

And it looks to be running extremely well too.

Just Cause 4 is the biggest, most varied and beautiful Just Cause to date. There are more biomes, vehicles and weapons than ever before, all set over the largest land mass ever seen in a Just Cause game. Solis is a rich and dangerous playground, as players explore the world they will uncover a plethora of secrets and surprises.

One of the cooler new features coming to the series, Extreme Weather Events, can also be seen towards the end of the presentation - showcasing a lightning storm. Very cool.

Just Cause 4 launches December 4 on Xbox One, PC and PS4.

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