Just Cause 4 Cesar’s Theory Walkthrough

Just Cause 4 Cesars theory

Once you have cleared out Zona Dos in Operation Thunderbarge, you will be able to move on to dealing with Zona Tres. Mira’s coworker has a theory on how to penetrate the defenses of Zona Tres, and it’s time to check that out. If you’re looking for a hand with the Just Cause 4 Cesar’s Theory mission you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading this Nerds and Scoundrels walkthrough for all the details you need to complete the Just Cause 4 Cesars Theory mission. This mission is brief, but it is the starting point for the plan to clear out Zona Tres: Operation Windwalker.

Just Cause 4 Cesar’s Theory Walkthrough

Just Cause 4 Cesars theory

The mission starts off with a briefing from Mira’s co-worker and apparent conspiracy nut, Cesar. He’s been tracking the sharp increase of tornado activity near Zona Tres, and has come to the obvious conclusion that lizard people are responsible. You, on the other hand, know it to be the work of the Black Hand.

Reptilian or not, Cesar has captured video of the tornados and has figured out that some sort of ship or drone is controlling them. Assuming the ship that controls the tornados has a power core you can use to take down Zona Tres’ defenses, you devise a plan to build a stormchaser, trap a tornado, and dive into the eye of the tornado to get your hands on that power core. Sounds easy, right?

Operation Windwalker Missions

Windwalker: The Stormchaser
Windwalker: Diversion
Operation Windwalker

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And that’s how you complete the Just Cause 4 Cesars Theory mission. Did you find this walkthough helpful? If so, leave us a note in the comments. Not so helpful? Go ahead and leave us a comment anyway! And don’t forget to check out all of our Just Cause 4 Content here at Nerds and Scoundrels.

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