Just Cause 4 DLC Roadmap Revealed for 2019

Just Cause 4 is just a month away from its release and to excite us more, Square Enix has released a brand new trailer revealing future DLC content. The trailer shows us that the game is going to feature demons, daredevils, and danger.

Just Cause 4’s Expansion Pass DLC: Dare Devils, Demons, and Danger are scheduled to be released in 2019 so there’s sometime before you can test out the game to the fullest and have fun. Each of these DLC packs come with their own distinctive themes.

The first pack called Dar Devils is focused on racing. It’s going to include death races. Demons pack is based on the forces of evil and will have Rico fight them all. As for Danger, it’ll bring new technology, trained operatives, and weapons to the game.

Check out the trailer below to see what’s coming your way.

If you pre-order the expansion pass today, you will have 7 days early access to all of these packs in 2019.

You can also choose to buy Gold Edition to get all of the good stuff including Dare Devils, Demons, and Danger expansions in a deal. Gold Editon also brings digital deluxe content and gold gear pack. Check out our pre-order guide here if you want to buy it today.

Avalanche team has also confirmed that the game has gone gold so we are not going to have any problems to play it on the launch day.

Also, the director has listened to the fans and has confirmed that the game will come with different vehicle camera angles. Almost every vehicle including planes with have different options to choose from.

You should also check out another JC4 gameplay trailer here to see the latest protagonist in the game. Gabriela Morales is the latest protagonist and she’s all ready to give the toughest time to Rico.

JC4 consists of a big dynamic world. One of the most stunning features of the game is the dynamic weather conditions. The new Apex Engine is also very impressive and we can’t wait to play the best Just Cause game as it’s also going to include a very serious story.

JC4 will release on December 4, 2018, for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.