Impressive work considering the circumstances. Somewhat oddly, though, it made me just want to do another play-through of the modern Shadow Warrior games.For those with RTX cards, check out Bright Memory. It's on sale for $4 something and is a great RTX game/demo that shows RTX pretty well. It is a one man development team.
Played a little of it and am liking it so far. Just Cause 2 was the pinnacle of the series in my mind, with the third entry being a disappointment. This fourth game seems to have a map layout more inline with part 2, which is a good thing. It also seems to run better in 4K than part 3 does, but that's just a quick observation since I have yet to play much.Just Cause 4 is free on the Epic Games store for a limited time.
I think I own all four Just Cuase now, from freebies/bundles. Haven't played any of them.
Not to counter @NewAger , but I had a blast with Just Cause 3 XXL edition. So much great content for a very low price.
I played through Just Cause 4 on Xbox, and found it to be a mixed bag. And when it's bad, it's pretty awful. The cut-scenes look atrocious, and lots of interesting game mechanics are introduced and then discarded. It comes across as a game that had grand designs, but developers gave up halfway through and pushed it out the door. But that said, it still does sandbox chaotic battles pretty well, so despite being very rough around the edges, there's still a lot of fun to be had. But 3 XXL was a more solid, tighter, consistent experience for me.