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Just Cause 4 ad leaks before E3 2018

Will Just Cause 4 release in 2018?

Just Cause 4 ad leaks before E3 2018

Just Cause 4 ad leaks before E3 2018

Yesterday, some steam users were presented with a surprise ad, one which informed users that Just Cause 4 is now available for Pre-order on the platform, accidentally confirming that the game was in development. 

So far, Avalanche Studios has not confirmed that Just Cause 4 is in development, though previous leaks have suggested that the game will be showcased at E3 2018. Those who clicked on this advertisement were delivered to the Steam homepage, indicating that Just Cause 4's main Steam listing has not gone live yet. 

While this advert has now been pulled from Steam, its listing confirms that Just Cause 4 is in development, as Valve is not in the habit of making ads for non-existent titles, though it also proves that Avalanche Studios are working on three open-world projects at the same time. 

  

Just Cause 4 ad leaks before E3 2018

(Image from Steven Oz on Twitter)


Today we already know that Avalanche Studios are working on Rage 2, which will be published by Bethesda, and Generation Zero, a title which will be self-published by Avalanche. Right now it seems likely that Square Enix will publish Just Cause 4, given their long-time association with the series.   

At E3 2018 we can expect to see Just Cause 4 at the Square Enix conference and Rage 2 at Bethesda's press conference.  The dates and times for every major E3 press conference are available in our E3 Conference timetable here

You can join the discussion on Just Cause 4's leak on Steam on the OC3D Forums

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08-06-2018, 05:16:12

NeverBackDown
Hopefully it's good. 2 was fun but 3 just seemed like copy paste but on a new map.Quote

08-06-2018, 05:23:56

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Hopefully it's good. 2 was fun but 3 just seemed like copy paste but on a new map.
3 was nothing but headaches for me

Firstly it didn't run at all, then it did but complained about 8gb of ram (asking for 16) before crashing and then by the time they got it running properly I had totally gone off it. Last time I pay £28 before waiting on reviews.

The best part of 3 was the cars you could find, and the noises they make. It has the best "through the tunnel" ever. I would find a car that looks like a 60s Aston, then take it through a tunnel at full clip.

I never got into the game at all. And it all looked very similar like you point out. At least 2 had some variation so you knew you'd just driven like 20 miles.Quote

08-06-2018, 11:30:36

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Hopefully it's good. 2 was fun but 3 just seemed like copy paste but on a new map.
Played a bit of 1, Played a lot of 2 but 3 was just boring, It was the same grapple and wingsuit mechanic non stop.Quote

08-06-2018, 14:49:31

ImprovizoR
The third game was entirely redundant and not exciting at all. I remember how hyped I was for Just Cause 2 and I played it for some 150h or more. It was awesome. JC3 was just meh in every way. It even managed to look worse despite being more graphically advanced.Quote

08-06-2018, 16:21:29

TheF34RChannel
Honestly, tried 3 but there's no real story to follow and it became boring fast.Quote
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