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|Vehicle in Just Cause 4|
|Type||Military armored vehicle|
|Weapons||None (DLC one is weaponized)|
|List of owners||Black Hand|
|Top speed (km/h)||Unknown|
|Top speed (mph)||Unknown|
The Warrior Offroader is a vehicle in Just Cause 4.
This article includes the "Python Offroader" and other sub-versions.
It's an MV-type lightly armored off-road car. It is commonly used by the Black Hand. It is armored all around and features heavy duty tires for off-roading. The glass around the vehicle is bullet proof.
A spare wheel is mounted on the rear wall. The Army of Chaos version differs by having a lot of equipment tied to the vehicle and by having the spare wheel on the left side, near the rear corner.
The Warrior Offroader has quick acceleration and good brakes. Handling is quick and accurate, allowing this vehicle to be primed for many situations. It is very durable and extremely capable in offroad situations. It can drive in water up to about the windsheld. All glass is bullet proof.
All of them have nitros, except for the "Python Offroader" DLC one, which instead is weaponized.
Versions and locationsEdit
|Black Hand in JC4||Black with some red bits.||Nitros.||None.|
|Army of Chaos||Colorful (mostly yellow)||
|Gearheads (and possibly other gangs in the Dare Devils of Destruction DLC).|
|Gearheads faction colors and symbols. Mostly blue.||None.||At "A" and "B" ranks: Dual SMGs on the hood (2000 cartridges) and a missile lanucher on the rear end.|
At "S" rank: The SMGs are replaced by Dual minigunss on the hood and it gains "wheel spikes".
|Same as above.||Same as above.||None.||None.|
- This vehicle is a successor to the MV vehicles from JC1 and JC2 and to Urga Szturm 63A from JC3.
- Having a spare wheel on the side of the vehicle is a terrible choice. In reality this was done on some models of the 1940 Jeep, where this feature was soon discontinued and eventually outlawed for newer vehicles, because it caused traffic accidents. The Warrior Offroad is a much larger vehicle, so the chance of the spare wheel hitting vehicles in the opposite lane is even larger, in addition to it blocking the view from the left mirror.
Army of ChaosEdit