Rage 2, id's collaboration with Avalanche Software, is going to be a strictly single-player game, with nothing by way of multiplayer diversions.
Strictly single player and 60fps is what I like to hear
Music to my ears
This is shaping up really well so far! The combat is being likened to the first game too and I'm sure Avalanche can help polish the rough edges found in the first Rage.
"...and it'll hit 60fps on console" They missed the word sometimes at the end. XD
Then people complains that there is no replay value and not worth $60 bucks...
60fps in 1080P
Yeah, but sadly first person games suck from what I've heard so I'll have to skip this.
Awesome, sounds great to me
They should've used ID tech 5, would've been awesome to see what avalanche studios could do with that tech
Really great news. I hope in the future more developers will go with a higher Frames per second over a higher resolution. I've seen the difference between 1080p and 4K and yes 4k looks better, but I'd much rather have smooth gameplay over better graphics. Everyone needs to support this game, because we all say we don't want forced multiplayer and if we don't buy this game it will make the chances of forced multiplayer that much more likely in other games.
I'll wait for a sale then. Only played the first one for the multiplayer.
I forgot it even had multiplayer components. Totally tacked on IMO. I can't believe you even bothered with the game for its multiplayer...
It had multiplayer? I'm not being a smartass, I honestly don't remember. I remember it had some kind of co-op specific missions that were separate from the campaign, but that is all.
First game didn't have MP outside of car racing challenges.. and I pre-ordered and got that day 1 on PS3
It did have MP. It had co op missions. Go look it up before commenting.
"Rage 2 is a strictly single-player game, and it'll hit 60fps on console." But I can't play it until next year 2019. 😤😤😤 128548;😤😤
I like what avalanche did with just cause so I'm hoping things will be even crazier with this game.
Just Cause 4 looked pretty crazy too. Avalanche is on a roll!
Consider this game bought!
Sp is where it's at!!
So Hyped for this game now, it stole the show for me! Does anyone know if it's running on Id Tech or Avalanche's Just Cause/Mad Max Engine or the new APEX engine that JC4 is using?
I believe ID Tech
The multiplayer for the first game wasn't very good, so that's probably for the best. Just focus on a great campaign. Co-op would have been nice, but that's not a big deal.
Yep music to my ears, maybe developers are waking up to the fact that not all of us are obsessed with multiplayer online.
Where's that article about raining on Borderlands' parade. There's room for both.
That reminds me.. where the bleep was Borderlands 3!?
They said previously it wouldn't be at E3. Don't know when they plan to show it off.
If you want multiplayer, go play Fallout 76. Leave Rage 2 alone so it can actually provide a meaningful and long playthrough that's not hindered by a tacked on mode.
That's awesome! Glad to hear.
EFFING AWESOME!!!, love the first one was kinda short thou but fun every minute of it not to mention it looked freaking great imo, so for me is such a great news to know RAGE 2 is a single player experience, oh well another game added to the buy list. :D
Good but the 1st one was 60fps also so i expected this
I don't care about pvp, I do love co-op, this game looked like a great place for co-op.
Honestly it just looked like doom with a new paint job..
How does it look like doom??
Damn i actually thought this was co-op. Everyone kept comparing to borderlands
Not surprising the original was 60 fps on console and looked great for the time.
I don't trust that the frame rate nor the game will.be steady at launch though. Just look at Just Cause. Very talented studio who I love but there last release was a travesty
Good guys Bethesda doing right by us once again :)
Leaning towards a day one purchase .
But will it be better than cyberpunk?
Shame would have been nice in co op i wont bother .
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