No additional information is available for now, but Rage 2 is expected to be available on a number of platforms when it launches, including the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
It was all capped off by the Rage 2 reveal trailer, released yesterday.
One of gaming;'s worst kept secrets has now officially been unveiled.
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Here's what the official description of RAGE 2 reads on the official website: "Dive headfirst into a dystopian world devoid of society, law, and order". That said, I'm wondering if they'll be sticking to the same game engine or switching it out to the IDTech 6 engine that powered DOOM (2016), and Wolfenstein II games. 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. Also, this announcement indicates Rage 2 could be properly open-world, which the first game struggled with.
On top of this, GameSpot has confirmed that this is joint collaboration between Avalanche and id Software, the developer of the first Rage game.
Bethesda responded in hilarious fashion to the latest leak, with the Rage Twitter account posting the tweet below. Bethesda also promises to show more at E3, which is just a few short weeks away. The design of the world was mostly flat and lacked notable landmarks - especially when compared to Just Cause's vertical landscapes - and some of the gameplay loops, particularly dealing with hostile strongholds, grew tiresome. We'll know more tomorrow.