What We Can See from the Rage 2 Gameplay Trailer

What We Can See from the Rage 2 Gameplay Trailer

It actually looks pretty good.

LizardRock by LizardRock on May 15, 2018 @ 10:21 AM (Staff Bios)
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Like promised, Bethesda has released a gameplay trailer of the recently announced Rage 2 game. While it looks wild, there are a few things we can parse from the one minute and 50-second video.

The first thing we notice is the presence of multiple factions, each distinct from each other. We also noticed the variety of landscapes the player will presumably be present in, such as deserts and jungles. Enemies that the player faces range from scavengers with cheap gear to giant mechs. The vehicle system is present. And while it appears to be different than the first game, we can't quite say to what degree.



Bethesda stated that the player takes the role of Walker, the last Ranger, who was left to die by agents of a group called The Authority.

It's also noticed that both Avalanche Studios (developers of the Just Cause games) and id Software are working on the title together, once again being published by Bethesda. With their combined strengths, Rage 2 might actually turn out to be an amazing recovery from the first game.

Rage 2 has a release window in 2019 and will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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