Trailer: Just Cause 4 Gets Devilish New DLC Campaign
Los Demonios will pit players against an ancient demonic force.
Just Cause 4, the latest in the open-world action game series from Avalanche Studios, is about to take on the underworld. The game’s second piece of downloadable content, titled Los Demonios, has just released this week for all players to access. While the Just Cause series has always been a bit over-the-top with its aerial stunts and signature grappling hook, this latest offering is taking things in a supernatural direction.
After an archaeologist working with the Black Hand accidentally releases imprisoned demons and spreads a rampant parasitic infection, it up to secret agent Rico Rodriquez to send them all back to Hell, with a pretty intense crossbow to boot. Check out the trailer above to see it in action.
Avalanche Studios’ creative director Bryan Rodriguez (no relation) describes Los Demonios as “a totally new experience to Just Cause 4,” adding that “for the first time, Rico is tangling with an otherwordly threat that will push him to his limits. This is our chance to see if Rico is as good at squashing demons as he is at toppling dictators.”
Los Demonios is available now for those with the “Daredevils, Demons, and Dangers” expansion pass or can be purchased separately for around $12.00 USD. Give the developers credit; at least it wasn’t zombies this time!
Resident Evil 8 Showcased at PlayStation 5 Reveal Event
The next entry in the long-running survival horror video game series is coming your way in 2021.
Weekly Horror News Round-Up September 19: Resident Evil, Stranger Things, Demon's Souls
Plus, check out the full trailer for Scare Me, Blumhouse and Amazon pull back the curtain on 4 movies, Scream 5 gets another star, and more.
Review: Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 Once Again Delivers Retro Castlevania-Style Goodness
Koji Igarashi and Inti Creates keep the past alive in this latest 8-bit delve into the Bloodstained world.
Review: Boss Fight Books' Resident Evil Explores the Storied Origins of Survival Horror
Philip J Reed's deep dive into the video game that started a legendary horror franchise is more than just a trip down memory lane.