You know what they say: every job has the perfect tool. But sometimes in Just Cause 4, you might find yourself pinned down and lacking the equipment you need. But fear not! Thanks to the supply drop feature, you can call in your loyal pilots to drop a container of supplies while you are out in the field. Want a quick walkthrough on how to literally call in the big guns? Stick with Nerds and Scoundrels for our Just Cause 4 Supply Drop Guide.
Just Cause 4 Supply Drop Guide
To get started, navigate to the menu. Once there, you can simply tab over to the Supply Drop screen to get the ball rolling. To do a supply drop in Just Cause 4, you will need an available pilot. You’ll need to keep in mind what pilots you’ve used recently, as they have cooldowns following each use. When you are ready, select your available pilot.
The possibilities are endless when it comes to stuff you can get airdropped. Everything from small firearms to military grade vehicles can be dropped. Keep in mind, not every item is available immediately. Each item can be unlocked through gameplay; you can look through the supply drop menu to learn how to unlock certain items.
To select the item you want to drop, select Edit Loadout below the pilot’s image. This will open the screen that gives you a huge list of items available for airdrop. Simply tab over through the categories to see your options and select what you want to drop. Once you have chosen the item you want, click Call Drop to bring in the pilot.
Once you call for the drop, you will still need to pick the drop spot to complete the airdrop. You’ll need a flat space with enough room to fit your supply drop. Once you’ve located the spot, just click Call the Drop and wait patiently. In a few seconds, an airplane will fly over and drop your goods.
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And that is how you manage a Just Cause 4 supply drop. Did you find this guide to be helpful? If so, let us know in the comments. And don’t forget to check out the rest of our Just Cause 4 content here at Nerds and Scoundrels. Want to see a supply drop in action? Check out the video below.