Rage 2 Is Real, Gameplay Trailer Coming Today

  • Rage 2 Is Real, Gameplay Trailer Coming Today

Rage 2 Is Real, Gameplay Trailer Coming Today

The corrupt government in RAGE 2 is now on a renewed mission to take down every remaining pureblood Arkists, and their leader, General Cross, will slaughter anyone in the way of his goal. Rage 2 is now set to release on the PC, Xbox One and PS4 at some point in 2019, likely before next year's E3.

"Dive headfirst into a dystopian world devoid of society, law, and order".

Rage 2 will feature a seamless open-world that you can traverse using the various vehicles you can find in game.

After a Walmart leak and a series of Twitter teases, Bethesda revealed Rage 2 indeed exists.

Rage 2 is being developed between both id Software and Avalanche Studios. In the decades following an asteroid's devastation, most of the earth has become an unforgiving wildland where bloodthirsty factions vie for control of precious resources. Plus, it isn't the first time the developer has visited the world of Mad Max game since it released a game based on the property back in 2015.

E3 is about a month away, and today we are getting our first solid look at one of the games headlining Bethesda's showcase this year.

Rage 2 was unveiled in the most unconventional ways. The year is 2185 and with human numbers dwindling, it's up to you to stand up, be counted and smash things up in an epic display of explosive aggression and psychedelic haze. This is a game, at least we hope, that demands creativity. The sequel to the open-world shooter is coming with some major changes for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, starting with a more colorful and punk rock-inspired tone. This time, rather than being a survivor from before the devastation, players take the role of Walker, the last Ranger of the wasteland and a man who has been robbed of everything valuable in his life except for the need for justice. The first Rage game was a technological marvel with an intriguing game world, and was hindered mainly by mixed reviews of its gameplay.

Apart from its style and visceral, speed-filled FPS action, RAGE 2 seems to have a very Fallout-esque story.