"Rage 2" Video Game Trailer Highlights Savage Action & Brutal Villains

"Rage 2" Video Game Trailer Highlights Savage Action & Brutal Villains

Now that we've got our full reveal for Rage 2 from Bethesda, it's time to get excited about a much broader take on a game that many fell in love with. Punk aesthetic and all.

The Rage 2 gameplay trailer mixes moments of chaotic gunplay and combat-focused driving with smaller, more human moments of existence in the wasteland that Rage 2 takes place in-suffering is on display, but it is all tinged with oddball humor.

The original Rage, which was released in 2011 as a semi-open-world shooter, impressed the masses overall.

Responsible for the development of id Software (first Rage, Quake and Doom series) and Avalanche Studios (Mad Max and Just Cause series). The year is 2185, you name is Walker and you are the last Ranger of the Vineland.

Gangs run rampant and what's left of society crumble under the iron fist of tyrannical leaders, known as the Authority. We will keep you updated on the game as soon as more come in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news. In a surprising move, Bethesda Softworks has contracted Avalanche Studios to develop Rage 2 instead.

Just as they promised, Bethesda has given a first look at how Rage 2 actually plays and confirmation that id Software is involved. Of course, there are still plenty of guns, and we see Walker put them to good use as he leaps dozens of feet into the air and lays waste to outlaws and robotic enemies alike. Based on the concept of muscle cars in the desert, Rage was a hit among those who praised the game's incredible technology, fun world, and reliable shooter gameplay.

PEDAL TO THE METAL: From monster trucks to gyrocopters, use an assortment of rugged and wasteland-ready vehicles to speed across the badlands. Bethesda marketing VP Pete Hines tweeted that this year's E3 showcase "m$3 ight be our longest E3 Showcase ever", so expect Rage 2 to play a major role in the presentation. "If you can see it, you can drive it".

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