After wrapping up around 20 hours worth of Just Cause 4’s story missions and having destructive fun blowing up basically all the things, I went back and read my review of Just Cause 3 from 2015. This, I thought, explains that deja vu sensation. With a few additions, reading that review will tell you everything you need to know about Just Cause 4’s strengths. This is a very iterative sequel, and therefore it’s just as gloriously over-the-top and action-movie stupid as the last one. It does learn from and address many of Just Cause 3’s mistakes, especially when it comes to some of the more annoyingly repetitious mission types, but it doesn’t really come with a must-have new idea to give it its own identity.