This Just Cause 4 Easter egg is … Well, I do not know what to say. But I say it anyway: it's wonderful.
Avalanche Studios is known for being playful with this series of sandboxes, mass simulators for environmental disasters and Just Cause 4 . Players have already found a fun, rather opaque allusion to getting over it with Bennett Foddy . However, I imagine that this latest discovery is well-known to the average passer-by, thanks to a blatant style change and the inclusion of an unforgettable melody.
Just Cause 4 Players discovered that Rico Rodriguez enters a building in a specific area that has a secret second layer. Although it looks normal otherwise, you go down the stairs and the world turns into a living comic in . The soft sounds of a-Ha's 1986 "Take On Me" classic get louder as Rico steps into this ink-and-paper world and becomes a black and white outline of him. He even finds a woman who dances to the song as any good person would.
Scrub to the 51 second mark in the video above to see it all in action.
Read the words "Take On Me," and you'll get one and only an A-Ha punch in your head right away. His video has helped make the song more popular – even though this Bop is tough enough to win the masses on its own – because he's so cool. The very beautiful lead Swede of the band is the star of a comic. somehow he manages to animate within his pages and perform a live action, a human woman falls on him. The two have the power to enter and exit flat and three-dimensional worlds.
The video "Take On Me" is still splendid three decades later, so the reference Just Cause 4 It also makes a chord. I just hope these clips did not disappear in a day or two – due to copyright strikes and all that. But I think it really is not better to be sure than to apologize. Invites users to share love with those of us who have not yet played Just Cause 4 which now appears on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.