Just Cause 4 DLC Dare Devils of Destruction coming this month

Square Enix and Avalanche Studios have announced the first of three DLC packs coming to Just Cause 4 launches this month. Dare Devils of Destruction adds new missions to the base game as well as 16 new vehicles that come equipped with their own insane weapons. 

Avalanche Studios is promising “new levels of destruction” and the ability to play Just Cause 4 in new and exciting ways. 

Dare Devils of Destruction includes 15 new missions and three new challenge modes. 

Just Cause 4 DLC

According to Avalanche, Dare Devils of Destruction includes;

  • Survival
    • Speed through a gauntlet of landmines, wrecking balls and rings of fire in this ultimate drive for survival. Destroy obstacles along the way and race towards the checkpoints to secure victory
  • Run
    • Drive through extreme weather and master high-speed stunts in Run. Obliterate your rivals with a variety of weapons as you try to cross the finish line
  • Rampage
    • Master the art of destruction and create carnage within this explosive arena. Reduce targets and rival drivers to scrap metal to achieve the high score

Victoria Setian, Senior Producer at Avalanche Studios said, “This is the first of three explosive over-the-top DLC packs in the ‘Dare Devils, Demons and Danger Expansion Pass’. Each pack will bring more vehicles, new modes, weapons and activities that continue to make the Just Cause 4 sandbox richer, crazier and even more extreme.

“Every pack will integrate seamlessly with the main game and add new experiences and more amazing tools of destruction.”

Dare Devils of Destruction launches on April 30. Those who have the Gold Edition will get seven days early access.

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