Just Cause 4 DLC ‘Dare Devils of Destruction’ launches April 30

Gold Edition buyers get it seven days early.

Just Cause 4

Publisher Square Enix and developer Avalanche Studios have announced Just Cause 4 downloadable content “Dare Devils of Destruction,” which will launch on April 30 as the first of three add-on packs included with the “Dare Devils, Demons and Danger Expansion Pass.” Users who purchased the Gold Edition of Just Cause 4 will be able to access it seven days early.

Here is an overview of the expansion, via Square Enix:

Complete new missions to unlock over 16 all-new weaponized vehicles that you can drop in at a moment’s notice. Experience new levels of destruction, attack missions in never before seen ways, employ new tactics against the forces of the Black Hand and cause pure mayhem in the world of Solis.

Put the pedal to the metal, earn the respect of rival gangs and take on three deadly challenge modes across 15 explosive new missions.

  • 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!

Just Cause 4 is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Watch a trailer below.

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