Clearly there's a big chunk of time before the game is ready for launch, and you should probably bear that in mind when watching the trailer, but still, give it a click below and see what you think!
In the upcoming sequel, players will be placed in the shoes of Walker, the last remaining member of an elite fighting group named Rangers, who will have an "abundance of upgradeable weapons and toys" as well as "special Nanotrite abilities".
While the game is now official, Bethesda is yet to announce Rage 2 platform availability. Avalanche Studios joined forces with id to craft the game, bringing in its expertise in open world creation to add to the existing FPS mad skills. RAGE 2 is looking like an absolute riot.
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Determined to make a name for himself, Stallworth bravely sets out on a unsafe mission: infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan. As you can tell, Stallworth is confused why Zimmerman, who's Jewish, doesn't have any "skin in the game".
Rage 2 is targeting a Spring 2019 release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Shown by way of a one minute trailer we're given a quick rundown of the narrative, in a world "devoid of society, law, and order" (yep, checks out).
We can't say we didn't know it was coming, but we really did - and now we have confirmation of RAGE 2 from Bethesda Softworks itself. While there's no mention of how the division of labor between these two parties will work, the smart money is on Avalanche handling some of the game's assumed open-world elements while id tackles the action. The wasteland is massive, and you've got the arsenal to fight for every inch. You'll do so on foot or at the wheel of everything from monster trucks to gyrocopters as you pursue your adversaries.
The Wasteland offers a diverse range of areas to explore, from sun-soaked deserts, lush jungles, and hazardous swamplands, and you'll have to battle against various factions comprised of all sorts of blood-thirsty critters to wrestle back control of the region.