Posted March 8, 2019 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

Just Cause 4 Roadmap and Update 1.05 Detailed


In a dev update, Avalanche Studios and Square Enix have today updated the Just Cause 4 roadmap with all of the planned free and paid DLC through to July 2019. Also revealed was patch 1.05 which launches immediately and contains a great deal of graphical updates.

The update comes just in time for newcomers to the game on Xbox One, as Just Cause 4 recently joined the growing list of games available for free to subscribers to the Xbox Games Pass.

The Just Cause 4 roadmap shows us that we can expect a patch similar to today’s in April/May as well as the first of three planned DLC packs, then in June/July we can expect another legacy item, the introduction of monthly challenges & rewards, and the second DLC pack.

Our guesses are the April/May DLC will be Dare devils, while the second will be Los Demonios, followed by the Danger DLC pack towards the end of 2019. Read more about the planned expansions here.

Just Cause 4 Roadmap

Also revealed and available to download now is Just Cause 4 Patch 1.05 which features a range of improvements to performance, water, vegetation, anti-aliasing, 4k rendering, and more. The first legacy item, Just Cause 3 Rico Skin is also now available in-game and can be equipped from the updated in-game customisation menu.

See below how patch 1.05 will affect the jaggedness of barrier fences:

Just Cause 4 Roadmap Just Cause 4 Roadmap

Check out the the official Just Cause 4 patch 1.05 notes for PlayStation 4 and 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)

Rocket Chainsaw reviewed Just Cause 4 at launch, giving it 3.5 stars and saying, “one can’t deny its appeal to both casual and hardcore gamers alike.” Read the full Just Cause 4 Development Update blog post here.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?