The over-the-top action/adventure game leaked thanks to an advertisement on Steam tonight but as of right now, there are zero details as to what the game is about or where it'll be set.
Nevertheless, when taken in conjunction with Walmart CA's massive, multi-title leak of last month, little doubt remains as to the existence of Just Cause 4, and we can surely expect official confirmation at E3. Just Cause 4 appeared in the pop-up sales window upon starting up Steam, and also in the "Updates and Offers" section on the front page. The image featured our lovable protagonist Rico Rodriguez in a stormy, jungle-like setting.
Unfortunately, the ad doesn't lead to a Just Cause 4 Steam profile if you click on it, so no further details are available for the game. With E3 just around the corner, though, we'll probably be getting a trailer or two accompanying its more formal reveal.
It seems we can add Just Cause 4 to that list, assuming Valve isn't straight up trolling us here.
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And yet just yesterday they also announced new IP Generation Zero, for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Square Enix could be lining up a lot of announcements for its E3 press conference, which takes place on Monday morning.
The game, however, is supposed to be released by Square Enix, the current publisher of the Just Cause series.
The second announcement was all business as Nordisk film, a Denmark-based entertainment subsidiary, announced it had acquired Avalanche Studios.