As Bethesda promised, today was published albeit short, but still a trailer demonstrating the gameplay and the description of Rage 2, officially announced last night. Bethesda took a refreshing approach to the leak by, instead of refusing to comment, taking to Twitter and making jokes about the leak: Peter Hines, Vice President of Bethesda Softworks, simply said, "This is why we can't have nice things".
You'll play Walker, referred to as the last Ranger of the Wasteland, and with crazed gangs and the dystopian presence of the Authority to take on, it looks like you'll have your work cut out for you.
Rage 2 is headed for PC, Xbox One, as well as PlayStation 4, and it will also be one of the games that will be showcased in Bethesda's E3 presentation next month. At that point you'll get more information and we wouldn't be surprised to see a few other new game announcements too.
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What's really interesting, though, is that Avalanche Studios is working on Rage 2 alongside id Software. 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. After all, the original game was an open-world post-apocalypse shooter with heavy emphasis on driving around a world gone mad. The first official gameplay trailer arrived with a burst of neon, guns, mohawks and our favourite, weird weapon, the wingstick. They look absolutely explosive... However, the official description of Rage 2 provides some clues.
An asteroid has annihilated 80% of the earth's population, and humanity's numbers are dwindling.
As if the gangs and mutants aren't enough, Walker also has to contend with the Authority, returning antagonists from the first game who threaten anything good remaining in the world. Luckily it seems to be the case that if you can see it, you can drive it, a la GTA.
We will play for Walker, the last Ranger of the Badlands, which is a hard path of struggle against oppressive Government.