Rage 2 is coming in 2019, watch the first gameplay trailer here


The Rage 2 is actually a successor of id Software's Rage game, developed under the supervising stick of John Carmack, so hopefully, it will live up to its name.

While the game is now official, Bethesda is yet to announce Rage 2 platform availability.

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The 18 year-old driver slammed into a concrete wall, and the vehicle burst into flames, trapping the occupants inside. In one instance, a Model X operating in Autopilot mode crashed into a California freeway barrier, killing the driver.

There's no clear time frame on when this trailer could drop, but it's likely to be this afternoon, possibly around the same time that the games first trailer dropped around 3pm in the afternoon.

Yes, Rage 2 exists, and there's a trailer.

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Bethesda made no mention of release yet, but a recent leak revealed that the game could debut at E3 2018, alongside other titles. Interestingly, there is no mention of the game coming to Nintendo Switch, but as with DOOM and Wolfenstein II, we'd expect a port at some point in the future.

"In RAGE 2, you'll dive headfirst into a dystopian world devoid of society, law, and order", reads the description. Rage 2 is set in an open-world, a wasteland of varied locations and many factions vying for control of what's left of humanity. A variety of characters who wouldn't look out of place in Mad Max's world can be seen fighting, wielding weapons, and. lifting weights. Driving might not be the first thing that you think of when you see a first-person shooter, but its importance can't be understated, especially when it comes to Rage. The game has a very solid pedigree behind it with Avalanche Studios and id Software behind the helm.

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Addressing the fans, Carrick added: "I'd like to say a massive thank you to everyone for their support over the years, it's been unbelievable".

And yesterday the official Rage Twitter account tweeted: "C:DesktopVideosAnnounceTrailerMonday". Unfortunately, it doesn't showcase any gameplay, but that's just around the corner. We imagine that's a detail being held back for Bethesda's E3 conference. We'll know more tomorrow.