Bethesda Releases Official Trailer For Rage 2 - Will It Be In VR?

Rage 2 Trailer Leaked

Rage 2 Trailer Leaked

While the announcement of RAGE 2 is exciting, what's even more exciting is that by Bethesda embracing the Walmart leak, it all but confirms most of the games to be true.

Following a string of tweets from the Bethesda Twitter account that teased the reveal, the publisher has now officially announced Rage 2. That kind of aesthetic is easy to tease in a 52-second trailer but more hard to maintain for a full-length game, so we'll see more of what Rage 2 does with it after the gameplay debut on Tuesday.

On foot, the game is plays as a first-person shooter.

This comes after we got our first big leak from Walmart Canada.

Furthermore, Rage 2 could be out in 2018 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Then Bethesda replied to the Tweet in a fine shade of pink, which made us laugh.

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Aside from a grotesque bandit population, driving sections and a three-finned boomerang, the Wingstick, appear to have been retained from "Rage". There is now no release date set for Rage 2 at this time.

Just like any such teaser, treat it with a grain of salt until we have official confirmation. The game will be first listed on Walmart Canada and publisher Bethesda hinted the date of the announcement in a teaser. We'd love to see the game world open up a little more in Rage 2. However, there looks to be a clip in today's trailer that sees the player inside his auto with a first-person perspective.

After Rage's story was criticised, we hope that the developers will try to improve it rather than eradicate it for the sequel.

Here's a synopsis to the 2011 Rage: In the original Rage, players found themselves in the not-too-distant future after an asteroid impacts Earth, leaving a ravaged world behind. Those are the only options, because you certainly don't manage to pull Rage 2 out of your hat unless you know for sure that's coming.

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