Just Cause 4: Complete Edition Is Now Available

Complete Edition available.
Complete Edition available. Square Enix

The ultimate bundle of explosions is here as Just Cause 4: Complete Edition is officially out. The bundle gives you all content created to date for Just Cause 4. That means you get access to the base game, expansion pass, and even all Black Market packs. All other additional digital content is included as well, like the player-designed ‘The Dragon’ gun.

You can get Just Cause: Complete Edition here.

Just Cause 4 was launched in December of last year, and since then a ton of new content has been released. To make it easier for players to get started with the game, Square Enix is revising the Standard and Gold editions as well.

Aside from the Just Cause 4: Complete Edition, new players can also choose to go for Just Cause 4: Reloaded or Just Cause 4: Gold.

Just Cause 4: Reloaded contains the base game and also offers additional deluxe content like the SkyStriker Wingsuit and the Neon Racer. This content has been rolled into a revised Gold Edition. In addition, players who already have the Gold and Standard edition get the chance to buy all Black Market vehicles in a bundle, which is also offered at a discount over the weekend.

PC players who already have a copy of Just Cause 4 can upgrade their edition by going to Steam and clicking on either Reloaded, Gold, or Complete bundles to be able to complete the set. In addition, an automatic discount is going to be applied based on what edition of Just Cause 4 players currently own.

PC players on Steam can also try Just Cause: Reloaded for free for a limited time. You need to act fast, since this offer is only good until November 11. The Reloaded, Gold, and Complete editions are also offered at a discount for a limited time.

Just Cause 4 is a third-person action-adventure game. In the game, players take the role of Rico Rodriguez and must adventure through Solis, a large open world consisting of different biomes such as deserts and snowy mountains. The game received mixed reviews at launch, with praise going to the controls, graphics, and open-world gameplay while criticism focused on the mission design and voice acting.

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