Needless to say, this also indicates most of that Walmart Canada leak was real-even if whoever did it goofed and wrote "Forza Horizons 5". After that, the official Twitter profile of RAGE has been reactivated and actually stayed active for the following days.
Before you read any more about the game, you have to watch the above Rage 2 trailer. RAGE 2 is a huge open-world game that's filled with chaos and mayhem, and has a very Destiny-like feel with its powers.plus there's a possibility my online co-op prediction was right on the money.
We wouldn't expect to see a release date either.
The Rage 2 teaser trailer is a longer version of what we saw tweeted yesterday and features live-action actors in a variety of weird and whacky post-apocalyptic neon costumes.
Loot boxes have been a major source of contention in the games industry recently, with many gamers taking developers and publishers to task over the random rewards systems. Unlike the original, RAGE 2 isn't a makeshift dungeon crawler.
THE LAST RANGER Bring the pain using a collection of upgradable weapons, devastating Nanotrite powers, and Overdrive, the ability to push your guns beyond their mechanical limits. Those are the gangs, or factions, that you'll be fighting in RAGE 2 in addition to The Authority, which acts like an oppressive ruler over the wasteland. Players will take control of a new character called Walker, "the last Ranger of the wasteland", as he fights against the Authority.
It seems the information about the sequel's developers was not meant to be revealed today, however. It's more than a shooter, more than an open world game - it's a shooterverse. If you see it, you can drive it.
I didn't think anyone cared about Rage! Soon after, the first details of gameplay, weapons, and vehicles emerged.
Speaking to the German publication, GameStar (with translation by GamingBolt), id Software studio director Tim Willits, revealed that Rage 2 won't have loot boxes. However, with E3 2018 coming in less than a month, its nearly impossible for Bethesda not to showcase it during their show.