Just Cause 4 accidentally leaks online ahead of E3 launch

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

There has been no official announcement from publishers Square Enix, or Avalanche, regarding this release, after the promo images were found. Just Cause 4 will be the latest addition to the Just Cause series.

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Thanks to Steam's news section; the pop-up window that greets users when they launch the app, Just Cause 4 has been confirmed real. E3 is no longer one week of unexpected surprises and show-stopping announcements, but two weeks, with the first completely undermining the second by leaking every new game reveal possible.

Upon clicking the listing, the front page does a refresh instead of taking you to the game's store page. As reported by Kotaku earlier this morning, Just Cause 4 has been leaked yet again - this time on Steam. The studio's acclaimed pedigree is strong, and it has multiple branches working across the world, but one wonders whether Avalanche is biting off more than it can chew with so many fingers in so many pies. The game will even feature four-player co-op, but can also be approached as a single-player experience.

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Just Cause 4 has no now announced release window or platforms, but will likely be coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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