RAGE 2 announced as 'true open world FPS experience'

Katie Ramirez
May 15, 2018

Bethesda has today unleashed RAGE 2's debut gameplay trailer, showcasing Avalanche Studios and id Software's open-world sequel, in which you'll once again delve headfirst into a post-apocalyptic wasteland filled with chaos and pure carnage.

Instead of denying the recent leaks, Bethesda chose to officially announce that Rage is getting a sequel, and it also posted a teaser video reminiscent of Mad Max.

One aspect of Rage 2 that (amazingly) hasn't leaked is the release date. We do know it is an open-world first-person shooter, and we expect it will get a lot of attention at the E3 2018 show. There's no word on whether id Software will be developing Rage 2 as well, or someone else.

After a recent leak on Walmart Canada's website, Rage 2 had its secret blown with many believing its announcement wasn't intended until this year's Bethesda E3 conference.

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Rage 2 is coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One. "RAGE is back and the gameplay reveal for #RAGE2 is here!"

On Twitter yesterday they posted a GIF of a man closing up a water tank leak alongside the message: "See the gameplay trailer tomorrow, even if it leaks early". Thankfully we won't have to wait too long to find out.

However, it's clear from the live-action trailer that the Rage 2 team is aiming for a combination of Mad Max: Fury Road,Borderlands, Fallout, and a level of insanity that we can't quite put words to.

Bethesda has not revealed what time the trailer will be released at, however yesterday's teaser was released at 3pm United Kingdom time. As time goes on and Bethesda release new cinematic and gameplay videos (including a gameplay video later today!), we'll add them here.

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