New Just Cause 4 gameplay trailer showcases open-world environment, Solis, and its Biomes

Square Enix has released a brand new gameplay trailer for Just Cause 4. In this trailer, which is part of the brand-new video series called Spotlight, the developers take a deep dive into the details of a new aspect in Just Cause 4. For this first episode, Avalanche is wingsuiting into the world of Solís and the Biomes that compose its foundation. 

Solís is inspired by South America and promises to be the most diverse and memorable landscape in any Just Cause game to date. This open-world promises to feature unique landmarks that gamers can discover and explore.

Solís introduces four distinct Biomes, comprising of rain forests, grass lands, desert and alpine. These Biomes will have various vertical opportunities that can alter the way you play. These Biomes will also allow you to drive the new vehicles that have been added to the game.

Just Cause 4 is powered by the Apex Engine and promises to deliver the most interactive, extreme weather simulations ever seen in a videogame, complimented by incredible visuals, unparalleled physics and endless creative possibilities. The game also aims to take the series incredible destruction and unique physics to a whole new level with the introduction of tornadoes and other extreme weather events.

Just Cause 4 currently targets a December 4th release.


Just Cause 4 SPOTLIGHT: World and Biomes

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