Welcome back to our Just Cause 4 Spotlight series where today, we’ll be taking a look into the new and improved Supply Drop function Supply Drops, the successor to Just Cause 3’s Rebel Drop, allows you to select exactly the vehicle, weapon, or even some cool random items that you want and fly them in via the menu How’s that for same-day delivery? With a whopping total of 104 vehicles as well as new exotic types that have various functions transporting yourself around the world has never been more fun Seriously, just look how many vehicles there are and this isn’t even all of them. It’s insane! Or, if combat is more your cup of tea the various weapons, including the iconic Wind Gun are available too How does a Supply Drop work? First thing’s first, you’re going to need access to these various items in order to drop them and you can unlock these by completing various game content Operations, Quests, performing car or bike Stunt Rings or advancing your Army of Chaos Frontline by liberating regions Cool, so, we’ve completed this objective which has popped up with a message here to say that the item reward has been added to the Supply Drop Let’s go ahead and fly it in Another new feature is being able to precisely angle your drop using the ‘ghost’ container rather than just throwing a beacon and hoping for the best like in Just Cause 3 This is perfect for setting up intricate stunts, dropping a boat into a river, or angling a car away from enemies for an escape Introducing: The Pilots There’s a total of 7 pilots that Rico can unlock as you progress in achieving Chaos Milestones Fortuna and Bulldog are available immediately Haragan unlocks at Milestone 4, Bailarina at 6 Brujo, 9 Humo, 11 and finally, Fiera at Milestone 14 The more Pilots you have, the more frequently you can Supply Drop items So it’s definitely worth causing chaos Loadouts Each Pilot has a Loadout function similar to the Grapple Hook so you can assign certain items to each one Then, simply Quick Drop those items in without having to go back and select them from the menu again You’ll likely start to accumulate certain favourite cars or planes as you play For example, if Bulldog is our sports car guy we can assign this vehicle to him, and that’s all he will drop And if we only want Fortuna to drop barrels, she’s on it The Quick Drop feature speeds up the process immensely and prevents you having to hunt through the many available items to find your favourite Let’s check out the Supply Drop in a range of different scenarios It might be time to make a quick getaway here! Let’s Supply Drop in one of the sports vehicles In Just Cause 4, the vehicle handling has been majorly overhauled There’s also multiple camera angles, and even the addition of a radio So you can jam along to some authentic South American tunes whilst speeding through Solis I’m thinking that conventional weapons aren’t quite Just Cause 4 enough in this situation Let’s take out these guys with a giant head instead! Thanks for watching our Spotlight on Supply Drops What vehicle, weapon or sandbox toy do you think you’ll be flying in the most? Let us know in the comments below Be sure to subscribe and hit that notification bell to be told when we upload And we’ll see you in another Just Cause 4 video Bye bye for now!