RAGE 2 Official Gameplay Trailer is Here!

Gwen Vasquez
May 16, 2018

If RAGE 2 has your curiosity piqued, then there's news for you in that Bethesda has just published a new video for the next installment in the RAGE universe.

Given this publisher's push to get games on Nintendo's console after the original release, we are hopeful that it will make it there eventually. On initial viewing of the trailer, RAGE 2's gameplay appears to be heavily influenced by the likes of the Mad Max and Just Cause series, both developed by Avalanche Studios as well.

The Rage 2 gameplay trailer captures numerous traits of Avalanche Studios' previous titles with fast-paced action, a large color pallet, vehicular mayhem, plus insane weapons and settings in an open world. However, you are never alone in RAGE 2, as mutants and gangs lurk in dense foliage, and passing cars in open deserts are more likely mow you down than give you a ride.

The official gameplay trailer for RAGE 2 can be seen below. In today's trailer, we see how wild and insane the wasteland truly is.

It's basically Mad Max in all but name, including an open world map and vehicular combat and racing.


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. Did many of you play Rage back when it first released? 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. Ruthless and bloodthirsty gangs roam the open roads and the tyrannical Authority seek to rule who remains with an iron fist.

But for the record you play as the last Ranger of the wasteland who's looking to "crush the oppressive rule of The Authority once and for all".

The Rage 2 teaser trailer mainly showed actors playing the post-apocalyptic characters that will appear in the upcoming shooter.

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

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