Bethesda has just announced at its E3 conference that Rage 2 is getting a new expansion. Called Rise of the Ghosts, it will introduce a raft of new weekly features, including things from weapons and enemies to new areas, story, and more. It looks like the wilderness is just about to get wilder.
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Rage 2 released last week, finally letting players go blasting across id Software and Avalanche Studio’s take on the apocalypse. But despite the promised carnage on offer, it seems that the game’s sales figures aren’t living up to to its predecessor.
Rage 2 launched yesterday, and as with any major game release, it didn’t take long before fans got their teeth into the game’s code. Once there, they discovered that while the Steam version of the game comes with anti-piracy protection, the version available on Bethesda’s own storefront comes with nothing of the sort.
The post-apocalypse can be an oppressive place at the best of times, and some undoubtedly cope with it better than others. One person having an especially bad time of it in Rage 2 is a rather unfortunate – and apparently incontinent – boss of developer id Software, Tim Willits.
Tomorrow marks the Rage 2 release date, which means it’ll be time to head into Bethesda’s colourful wasteland. Right now, however, it’s time for the critics’ scores, so if you haven’t decided whether to jump in yet, keep reading to find out if Rage 2 is worth your hard-earned pennies.
Videogames and rock music, who’d have thought 30 years ago that they’d become such close friends one day? They have, though, and German party metal outfit Eskimo Callboy has a new single out, Supernova, that’s come with a Rage 2-themed music video.
Rage 2 comes out May 14, which is just around the corner. And while it has a big open world to tear around in raising Cain, Bethesda has plans for post-release content for the rest of the calendar year and beyond.
We’re less than two weeks out from the release of Bethesda’s latest open-world adventure, and now the developer has been kind enough to bless us with the Rage 2 system requirements. With only 11 days left before you can get your hands on the game, now is as good a time as any to check that your PC is up to the challenge.
There’s less than a month left until Rage 2 comes out, which means it’s about time to get hyped up by watching influencers get a crack at it ahead of time. Streamer CohhCarnage attended a Rage 2 event found out his capture setup hadn’t worked – so the folks from Bethesda went to his house and got him set up to stream some raw gameplay to his fans.