Just Cause 4 Confirmed Before Official E3 2018 Reveal

Nichole VegaJun 09, 2018

The list, which is becoming increasingly more accurate as time goes on, correctly leaked Lego DC Villains, Rage 2, and Assassin's Creed - though the latter wasn't called Odyssey like we now know it is.

The ad itself, which has subsequently been pulled from the platform, didn't give all that much away in terms of precise details, to be fair; aside from the fact it looks as if Rico Rodriguez will be filling the role of protagonist once again. Square Enix is expected to reveal Just Cause 4 during its E3 press conference, and a slip-up from Valve seems to confirm those plans.

The fourth entry in the long-running Just Cause series was one of the many unannounced games that appeared on the Walmart Canada website last month.

A couple of eagle-eyed users over on ResetEra were able to capture an image of the Steam storefront that included a pre-order page for Avalanche Studios upcoming open-world sequel.

Be sure to check-in with PSU throughout E3 for up to the minute info on Just Cause 4 and every other title exhibited at this year's show.

Square Enix and Avalanche have yet to comment officially, but as this is a pre-purchase image and Steam had the asset available to use, it's safe to assume an announcement wasn't far off.

It's unclear if the game will release this year or next, but it's definitely coming. What do you make of this new IP from Avalanche Studios?

Avalanche Studios have a lot of projects going on right now.

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