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This article lists all the information about the official patches for Just Cause 4.

DescriptionEdit

A patch is a game programming improvement, made by the game developers (Avalanche Studios) to improve game performance and fix Just Cause 4 Bugs and glitches.

These are not to be confused with Modifying, which is when the player community alters game code for fun.

2018.12.05 first known patchEdit

Reportedly (as mentioned at a Discord), there was a small patch on December 5th, 2018, but it's unknown what it fixed.

2018.12.06 patch notesEdit

The following is a quote from the Square Enix site:

A MESSAGE FROM THE JUST CAUSE 4 TEAM

Hello Everyone,

Firstly, we want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has supported Just Cause 4 to date. We’re a small but very passionate team here at Avalanche Studios New York, and each and every one of us has put our hearts into this project for the past three years.

Due to the complexity of Just Cause 4’s vast open world and advanced physics systems we understand that a number of you are experiencing various technical issues. Even though the game has now launched, this is just the start of our continued support on Just Cause 4. We are actively monitoring your feedback very closely and have a team of engineers at Avalanche Studios working hard on updating and improving the game. Once these fixes have been through internal and first party tests then we’ll be rolling them out ASAP.

In good news, we are already planning to release the first wave of improvements and aiming to have these available to everyone in the next couple of weeks. Here is an overview of some of the updates we are working on:

Xbox One & PS4

  • Fixes to some motion blur rendering issues
  • Add a motion blur toggle to the options menu (following user requests)
  • Improvements to the overall visual quality on both Xbox One and PS4
  • Fixes to some texture mapping issues
  • Other graphical improvements, such as smoother vegetation transitions
  • Various stability fixes
  • Lighting updates to some cut scenes

PC

  • Improvements to menu navigation for mouse and keyboard users
  • Support for remapping of movement keys
  • Improved vegetation rendering and asset updates
  • Fixes to some texture mapping issues
  • Increased mouse sensitivity range
  • Corrected specialised vehicle support for mouse and keyboard players
  • Fixed issue with steering flying vehicles with keyboard
  • Numerous stability fixes
  • We are aware of many other issues being reported and are prioritising tasks as best we can so you will continue to see further updates.

If you are experiencing issues then please contact the customer support teams who are also providing direct feedback to us:

We really appreciate your support and feedback on Just Cause 4, we will continue to monitor this and will keep you all updated along the way.

The Just Cause team

2018.12.14 "development update"Edit

The following is a quote from the Square Enix site:

Hello Everyone,

As we mentioned in our recent update, we have been monitoring your feedback and understand that a number of you are experiencing technical issues. We’re very sorry to hear this and want to assure you that our team of engineers at Avalanche Studios have been working hard over the last week to correct this.

We are expecting the first Just Cause 4 update for PC to roll out today around 3PM PST. The Just Cause 4 console patches should be ready next week (they take a little more time due to approvals with Microsoft and Sony). Full details on each of the patches can be found below.

Please rest assured that this is just the start of the work we are carrying out. We are prioritizing as best we can, and we are already working on further updates that will come in the New Year.

If the fix you are after is not in the list below please bear with us and we will update you ASAP.

PC Patch

  • Numerous stability fixes
  • Improvements and fixes to menu navigation for mouse and keyboard users
  • Support for remapping of movement keys
  • Improved vegetation rendering and asset updates
  • Fixes to some texture mapping issues
  • Increased mouse sensitivity range
  • Corrected specialized vehicle support for mouse and keyboard players
  • Fixed issue with steering flying vehicles with keyboard
  • Fixed the disabling SSAO option in Graphics menu, which resulted in broken Ambient Occlusion
  • Please note that this patch will also enable automatic crash reporting to ensure Avalanche can roll out fixes ASAP for any crashes that still happen to occur.

Xbox One & PS4 Patch

For Xbox One & PlayStation 4 we understand that motion blur is a big issue for some of you. We are therefore adding the ability to either alter the amount of blur, and the option to toggle the blur on or off. We have also made an important improvement to the resolution of the game on every platform. The full list of updates to expect are below:

  • Improvements to resolution on both Xbox One and PS4
  • Added a motion blur toggle to the options menu (following user requests)
  • Added the ability to alter the amount of motion blur
  • Fixes to some motion blur rendering issues
  • Fixes to some texture mapping issues
  • Other graphical improvements, such as smoother vegetation transitions
  • Various stability fixes
  • Lighting updates to some cut scenes

If you are experiencing issues then please contact the customer support teams who are also providing direct feedback to us:

As well as paying close attention to your feedback, we are really enjoying the incredible gameplay clips you have been creating. This is a big part of any Just Cause game, so please keep sharing your work. Our work continues, and watching you enjoy what we have created helps provide the fuel we also need. Once again, a huge thank you to everyone who has supported Just Cause 4 to date, we really appreciate your patience while we work on further patches and fixes. We will continue to monitor all of your feedback and keep you all updated on future patches.

The Just Cause team

2018.12.18 "development update"Edit

The following is a quote from the Square Enix site:

Hello Everyone,

Following our PC update last week, we are pleased to announce we will be rolling out our Just Cause 4 hot fixes on Xbox One & PS4 later today. Full details can be found below.

Xbox One & PS4 Patch

All of the planned updates mentioned in our post last week have been implemented in the patch for Xbox One & PlayStation 4 today. One of the biggest updates included is the ability to alter the amount of motion blur, and the option to toggle the blur on or off. We have also made an important improvement to the resolution of the game on every platform. The full list of updates:

  • Improvements to resolution scaling on both Xbox One and PS4
  • Added a motion blur toggle to the options menu (following user requests)
  • Added the ability to alter the amount of motion blur
  • Fixes to some motion blur rendering issues
  • Fixes to some texture mapping issues
  • Other graphical improvements, such as smoother vegetation transitions
  • Various stability fixes
  • Lighting updates to some cut scenes

If you are experiencing issues then please contact the customer support teams who are also providing direct feedback to us:

We hope that the latest fixes work towards improving your experience with Just Cause 4. Once again, a huge thank you to everyone who has supported the game to date, we really appreciate your patience while we work on further fixes.

We will continue to monitor all of your feedback and keep you updated on future patches.

Many thanks

The Just Cause team

2019.01 patchEdit

The following picture was posted at the official JC facebook page on january 19. Normally there was a link to a page about it on the Square Enix site, but they likely don't want their news feed thereto be full of patch notes.
JC4 january 2019 patch

2019.02.05 PC patchEdit

Quote from the official Just Cause Facebook page: "PC players - We just released a 150mb update that fixes an issue where the game was freezing on launch. We are hard at work on various other fixes that we hope to share with you all soon."

2019.02.05 console patchEdit

Quote from here:

Just Cause 4: New Console Patch 05/02/19

Hey everyone,

Following our recent PC patch to Just Cause 4, we are pleased to announce that the latest console patch for JC4 will be available to download tomorrow (Feb 5th) at UTC 12:00 (noon).

We hope that the latest fixes work towards improving your experience with Just Cause 4. Once again, a huge thank you to everyone who has supported the game to date, we really appreciate your patience while we work on further fixes.

We will continue to monitor all of your feedback and keep you updated on future patches.

For both Xbox One and PS4:

  • Major stability improvements
  • Skystriker weaponized wingsuit control adjustments
  • Updated Audio files affecting certain languages
  • Updated map to include some missing collectible icons
  • Fix for the spotlight “projected shadow” flickering issue
  • Fix for tutorials not showing sometimes on a new save

If you are experiencing issues then please contact the customer support teams who are also providing direct feedback to us:

Many thanks

The Just Cause team

2019.02.19 "development update"Edit

The following text is quoted from here (go there for the example screenshots mentioned):


The team's working on improving vegetation, water and more.

Firstly, to all fans that have played and provided feedback on Just Cause 4, thank you for your continued support. We actively read feedback and pass it on to the development team.

One thing we’re keen to do is share more with you, the JC community, about the development of the game. Here’s what we’ve been working towards lately and what to expect from future patches for Just Cause 4. Don’t worry – this blog will focus on production and won’t include any Just Cause spoilers!

So what’s been going on recently at Avalanche? Today we released a small PC update that fixed a broken Just Cause 4 achievement.

We’re also pleased to say that work on the future updates to Just Cause 4 has been going well. Visual upgrades have been a core focus for the team here in order to deliver the most immersive Solís experience possible.

Here’s a preview of some of the changes we’ve been working on for the next couple of updates to Just Cause 4:

Improved vegetation

Vegetation-related fixes have been a primary objective for the team. As you can see in the image below, medium-sized rainforest vegetation now renders shadows, regardless of its distance from Rico. Previously, in the range shown in the below image, many of the smaller shrubs wouldn’t have any shadows.

A separate issue related to the fade effect on vegetation close to the camera has now been fixed. Previously, this effect would cause visibility issues when walking through vegetation or tethering to vehicles, but now it applies to bark and smaller shrubs, instead of just large plants' foliage.

Improved water effects

The team has also focused on improving the visual quality of rivers and water in Just Cause 4.

One of the key improvements has been underwater visibility - underwater tonal colours have been fixed, rays of light and ambient light now match the surface, and we’ve fixed river surface visibility when underwater, so waves/ripples from boats/foam are visible when Rico’s submerged!

Waterfalls now exit rivers in a more realistic manner (we’ve removed particles in the below screenshot to show what's behind the waterfall:

There have been various other graphical fixes to JC4 rivers, such as improved foam and water wakes generated by boats, to fish now spawning underwater.

More improvements to come

These are just some of the improvements we’re currently working on. We’re going to continue our efforts to provide even more fixes for JC4, such as stabilisation improvements, 4K checkerboard rendering on consoles and more. Avalanche are also looking to overhaul the anti-aliasing solution, in order to improve the overall visual fidelity and remove some of the noise that can become apparent in high contrast lighting.

Our team is working very hard to ensure we can deliver the patch work you have requested to the highest quality and as soon as possible. These Developer Blog Updates will hopefully shine a light on some of that work and give you an insight into what’s going on behind the scenes. We hope you find them interesting and useful!

We look forward to sharing more of our progress with you soon and hope that you’re excited to find out more about what’s going on behind the scenes here!

The Just Cause Team.

2019.03.07 "development update"Edit

The following text is quoted from here (go there for the example screenshots mentioned):

The team talks fixes to the game, free skins and future content

Thursday 7 March 2019 13:30

By The Just Cause 4 team

Hey everyone,

As we mentioned in our last blog post, we are eager to share more behind the scenes information about the future updates to Just Cause 4. Thanks to everyone for their words of encouragement in response to this news!

The team is currently getting ready to launch the next console patch today. Xbox and PlayStation users can expect this patch to roll out today. Included in this patch is the latest water effects and anti-aliasing improvements. PC players will recieve a similar update later this week, along with additional features such as Chroma Keyboard support. Follow @JustCause on Twitter for the latest news on this!

Here are the patch notes for PS4/Xbox One:

  • Performance improvements
  • Water improvements
  • Vegetation improvements
  • New anti-aliasing system
  • New 4K rendering solution
  • Various bug fixes
  • Updated Customization menu
  • JC3 Rico Skin (Legacy Item)

You can see the improvements to anti-aliasing in the below image:

[Pictures of before and after comparison]

(Above images captured on Xbox One)

We’ve also added a little gift for all you double denim fans out there. Included in the patch update is a free Legacy Item – The Just Cause 3 Rico outfit! This is just one of the free Legacy Items we have planned. We hope to share more about Legacy Items soon. You can access the JC3 Rico skin from the updated customisation menu.

[Pictures of Rico in JC3 clothing]

We know that a lot of fans have asked about DLC and future content for Just Cause 4. We have put together a roadmap that shows some of the upcoming updates to the game. We will of course be sharing news on DLC3 and other content down the line closer to their launch. Please note that some of these timings may change but we will keep you up-to-date via this blog.
JC4 DLC and update roadmap calendar, march 2019

As you can see, we’ve split this timeline between free and premium content. As well as the expected DLC packs we’re also going to be releasing more legacy item updates for free, and continuing to patch updates into the game.

We are also pleased to reveal that we’ll be launching a free monthly challenge program starting with the launch of DLC2. These Monthly Challenges will test even the most skilled JC players. Completing each challenge will earn you cosmetic rewards for your wingsuit & parachute – we will be talking more about Monthly Challenges closer to launch.

We look forward to sharing more with you soon!

The Just Cause team

2019.03.21 PC patchEdit

The following is a quote from Steam:

Just Cause 4 PC PATCH NOW AVAILABLE

Hello everyone!

We firstly want to thank you all for your patience whilst the team has been hard at work on this PC patch. You can expect the following improvements to your user experience:

  • Performance improvements
  • Water improvements
  • Vegetation improvements
  • New anti-aliasing system
  • Support for Razer Chroma
  • Various bug fixes
  • Updated Customization menu
  • JC3 Rico Skin (Legacy Item)

Rest assured we will continue to support Just Cause 4 with further updates and patches. We thank you for your support.

If you are experiencing issues then please contact the customer support teams who are also providing direct feedback to us:

The Just Cause team

2019.04.02 "development update"Edit

The following is a quote from here:
JC4 Dare Devils (first promotional screenshot)

See more at Dare Devils.

Just Cause 4 Development Update: April 2, 2019

An update from the team, and an exclusive look at the first DLC.

First, a big thank you to everyone that’s tuned in for each Just Cause 4 Developer Blog Update. We really appreciate all of the support you have shown us, and we will continue to post these blogs as we deliver more updates to the game.

We can confirm that further patches and content is coming to Just Cause 4. The team has been working hard on these future updates to the game, as we continue to listen to player feedback, aiming to address the most requested improvements to the game as quickly as possible.

We additionally have a separate team working on our upcoming DLC content. We will soon have more to reveal on the Dare Devils, Demons and Danger Expansion Pass, but for now, we’d like to show an exclusive glimpse at our first Expansion Pass content: [See picture on the right.]

We will continue to update and improve Just Cause 4 and we’re pleased to confirm that the next few updates will bring some additional content! More on that at a later date. Stay tuned!

The Just Cause Team

2019.04.12 "development update"Edit

The following is a quote from here:

Hi all,

We have a small update this week as we continue to make improvements to Just Cause 4. We are pleased to confirm a new patch for both console and PC will be released today. This patch will address a number of issues that some of you may have encountered while playing JC4.

Featured in this patch are:

  • Various bug fixes.
  • Added a Legend to Solís Map Screen.
  • AR Scanning Visual Improvements (marked objectives now have a visible sphere around them).
  • Increase Location Discovery Ranges: Increased the range at which Rico needs to be to "discover" a location so that it appears on the map.
  • Various other small tweaks to menus.

This patch also prepares Just Cause 4 for the launch of our upcoming DLC. For fans asking for more info on our Expansion Pass, please stay tuned, as tomorrow we’ll have big news on this!

The Just Cause Team

2019.05.21 "development update"Edit

The following is a quote from here:

After listening to the Just Cause community, we wanted to release an update with a number of improvements and additions that you have been asking for.

Since December, we have been patching the game, squashing bugs and tweaking existing assets/content. We are proud to say that the Spring Update patch not only brings further improvements, but for the first time we are also adding free content to the world of Just Cause 4.

Here’s a preview of some of the improvements as part of the Spring Update:

Improvements to World Lighting

World lighting has been significantly improved, global lighting presets have been tuned and materials modified to provide better visibility to players and make the world look more vibrant. See some visual examples of the improvements we have made below:

[2 pictures of before and after.]

Lighting is richer and far more dynamic, bouncing off the world realistically. Notice the foliage on the far left is more vibrant and picks up more of the world lighting due to the material updates.

[2 more pictures of before and after.]

Visibility at night has been significantly improved. Black Hand units are far easier to identify in night time conditions.

[2 more pictures of before and after.]

Vegetation and the various biomes in Just Cause 4 feel significantly more vibrant in colour, making Solís feel truly alive and varied in landscape.

[Several more before and after pictures of lighting and coloring effects.]

Destructible Black Hand Statues
JC4 Black Hand Statue (announcement screenshot)

Perhaps our most satisfying new content in the spring update is the addition of destructible Black Hand Statues. Will you tear these statues down with your grapple hook? Perhaps use Airlifters to turn them into a floating aircraft? We can’t wait to see all the creative ways players will bring these statues down! The Statues can be found throughout Solís.

Improved Black Hand Combat

Black Hand Combat Vehicle AI has been significantly improved in the Spring Update. The private military are far more aggressive. Jets can engage with you in dogfights, helicopters are more evasive, drones are less crash prone and vehicles will attempt to ram you off the road. Black Hand patrols in Solís have also been increased so get ready for an explosive challenge!

New Mobile Chaos Objects

The roads and skies of Solís now feature mobile chaos objects being transported by truck or Sky Crane, allowing for even more opportunities for destructive chaos. Just how will you use this new portable explosive opportunity?
JC4 Mobile chaos object (gas holder carried by Prospero Sky Crane)

"Mobile chaos object" (gas tank carried by Próspero Sky Crane).

JC4 Mobile chaos object (circuit breaker on a Prospero Hauler)

"Mobile chaos object" ("circuit breaker" carried by a Próspero Hauler).

Destructible Metal Train Bridges

Solís’ metal Train bridges will now explode and break off into large and small fragments, as trains fly off their tracks causing insane carnage.

We have a lot more included in this update, such as increased ammunition for all weapons and various bug fixes. The Spring Update ensures that Just Cause 4 is now the most explosive game in the series to-date.

New DLC announcedEdit

Today we’re also confirming our second DLC for expansion pass owners: Los Demonios.

In Los Demonios, an ancient demonic force has invaded Solís, with only Rico and an all-new demon killing crossbow up to the challenge of stopping them.

Full patch notesEdit

Here’s the full list of patch notes for all platforms:

All Platforms (Unless stated otherwise)

  • Improved Lighting in Shadow
  • Made tweaks to the world lighting presets
  • Improved Night-time Visibility
  • New Black Hand Destructible Statue
  • New Sky Crane and Black Hand Truck carrying Chaos Objects
  • New Destructible Train Bridges
  • Increased Ammo Capacity on Most Weapons
  • More Aggressive Black Hand Vehicle Combat
  • Better Air Combat Against Helicopters and Drones
  • Increased Black Hand Patrols in Solís
  • Increased Trains in the World
  • Streamlined the Supply Drop UI
  • Supply Drop pilot panel now displays loadout for each pilot
  • Added an "AR" icon when AR Mode is activated
  • Changed the Operations unlock description from "Pre-Requisites" to "Requirements"
  • Increased LOD Distance on Blue Electrical Spark VFX
  • Fixed an issue with the Frontline Mist VFX
  • Added a more Explosive Destruction VFX to the Turret
  • Fixed LOD on the Dirigibles
  • Fixed a bug causing Overlapping Text when Continuing a Save after Starting a New Save
  • On the Store Page, the Reload Function will now work after a Connected Standby
  • General Bug Fixes
  • Added a Button Conflict Prompt when Remapping is Not Allowed (PC Only)
  • On the Store Page, the Reload Function will now work after a Connected Standby (Xbox One Only)

VideosEdit

DLC announced:

Just Cause 4 Los Demonios ESRB

Just Cause 4 Los Demonios ESRB


Info about the "spring update":

Just Cause 4 Spring Update DEEP DIVE

Just Cause 4 Spring Update DEEP DIVE


2019.06.25 "development update" / "Trials, Toys and Terror update"Edit

This adds:

In addition to that, two new DLCs will become available as of the next day:

  • A toy vehicles pack that features fully functional, but very miniature versions of a tank, a fighter plane and a boat.
  • The Los Demonios expansion pack is also released the following day.

The following is a quote from here:

Just Cause 4 Development Update: June 25, 2019

New free content arrives along with new DLC Packs

Today we’re excited to reveal the latest content release for Just Cause 4 we’re calling the Trials, Toys and Terror update, available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC (Los Demonios is available to Gold and Early Access Members tomorrow).

Here’s a breakdown of what to expect from our latest update to Just Cause 4:

Free challenges:
JC4 Solis pro tour challenge

Free challenges have been added to the world of Solís. We have added a whole host of these across the island, which will be updated all year on a monthly basis, encouraging new creative and challenging ways of playing Just Cause 4. Completing these challenges will reward players with exclusive wingsuit and parachute skins, like the below: [Picture of an example]

Rico ‘Just Cause 2’ Rodriguez skin:

Clean shaven Rico is back to cause babyface chaos. Bring back the nostalgic Panau vibes to Solís - this Free Skin is available now via the Customisation menu, along with double denim Just Cause 3 Rico! What ensemble will you equip to bring stylish destruction to Solís?

Los Demonios:

The second DLC2 pack for Just Cause 4 brings a demonic infestation to the world of Just Cause 4. Los Demonios will challenge the very best Just Cause players, so grab your demonic crossbow and jump into the infestation!

“Los Demonios is both a return to the liberation style gameplay and the introduction of supernatural foes for the first time in JUST CAUSE” said Bryan Rodriguez, Creative Producer at Avalanche Studios. “You will be faced with the most challenging content in the game in Los Demonios, and players will need to bring their A-game if they want to defeat the demons and save Solís from certain doom!”

Los Demonios is out for Gold Edition and Expansion Pass owners TOMORROW, and July 3, 2019 for everyone else. Check out the trailer for Los Demonios below: [See the videos area.]

The Black Market
JC4 toy vehicles pack

Looking for additional vehicles to add to your arsenal? Check out the all-new Black Market store. Launching with the Black Market is the Toy Vehicles pack, featuring miniature sized versions of Tank, Boat and the Jet! These mini vehicles take the chaos to hilarious levels, as black hand units respond with their own toy vehicles.

Grow your collection of incredible vehicles that will add new crazy abilities and destructive powers to your tool set, with new vehicle packs available each month via the Black Market store.

We hope you enjoy the Trials, Toys and Terror update to Just Cause 4!

The Just Cause Team

VideosEdit

Just Cause 4 Los Demonios ESRB

Just Cause 4 Los Demonios ESRB


JUST CAUSE 4 Trials, Toys and Terror Update

JUST CAUSE 4 Trials, Toys and Terror Update


2019.07.19 "development update"Edit

The following is a quote from here:

There are plenty of new additions coming to Just Cause 4 in the near future!

Following fan feedback we’re pleased to confirm that the day/night cycle will be adjusted. Players can now expect night-time to last longer whilst exploring Solís.

Not only will we be making changes to the day/night cycle in Just Cause 4, we’re pleased to reveal that throughout the world players will be able to change the time of day quickly by sitting down in new Avalanche Studios Deck Chairs These deck chairs can be found scattered across Solís. Rico will be joined by wild animals when watching the world go by, so get ready to enjoy the sunset with your new goat pals.

This update will be arriving in August.

Challenges

Have you tried the new free challenges in Just Cause 4 yet? New challenges will unlock each month, with exclusive Wingsuit and Parachute skins as prizes! Chaos Chase is the next challenge, coming soon. We will be releasing new challenges every month until mid-2020. Depending on how much destruction you’ve been causing, you might even find that you’ve completed the requirements of the Chaos challenge immediately as it becomes available! Once a challenge is available you can find them marked on your map, or find information in the brand new Challenge page in the main menu.

Black Market - Soaring Speed Vehicle Pack
JC4 Soaring Speed Vehicle Pack

We’re excited to reveal the latest addition to the Black Market – the Soaring Speed Vehicle pack! Included in this vehicle pack is the agile Flying Car and the effortlessly stylish Hot Rod! This pack will be available for purchase to all Just Cause players August 25th. Keep an eye out for the first gameplay of these two vehicles in-action on our social channels.

What’s coming up
JC4 DLC release timeline as of july 2019

Here’s what Just Cause 4 players can expect over the next few months. Further information on August/September content will be revealed closer to their release.

We will be revealing more on the last instalment of the Expansion Pass, ‘Danger’, soon. Stay tuned! Thanks again for your continued support of Just Cause 4.

— The Just Cause Team

2019.08.14 intel for the next days patchEdit

The following is a quote from the official Just Cause Facebook and Twitter pages:

New #JustCause4 Patch Arriving Tomorrow (12:00PM BST / 07:00 EDT):

2019.10.11 some kind of 13 GB patchEdit

There are reports that Xbox One got a 13 GB patch on this day. There has been no noticeable patch for the PC, but the new easter egg is present, so the download may just have gone unnoticed, or been smaller.

There is now a new ghost ship easter egg in the game.

It was stated by the official Just Cause twitter page that Xbox One players have to wait a little longer to get the Sea Dogs vehicle pack DLC. They are probably still waiting for this patch.

2020.04.20 fix for Epic Store usersEdit

It was announced on the official Just Cause Twitter and Facebook pages that: "Thanks for your patience while we fixed an issue that Epic Store users were experiencing with the game. We are happy to report that we've deployed a fix, please update Just Cause 4 and let us know if you experience any other issues. We hope you enjoy playing #JustCause4!"

2020.04.20 W10 onlyEdit

It was announced on the official Just Cause Twitter page that: "For those still experiencing issues, we ask that you upgrade to Windows 10, as Just Cause 4 is no longer supported on Windows 7. We are updating our Min Specs on digital stores to reflect this change as the minimum OS was listed incorrectly, we apologise for the error."

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