About the game
Rage 2 is a sequel to the original Rage but is better described as Mad Max on steroids. Despite being a Bethesda game, bugs are not the game's main focus.
RAGE 2 Articles
Rage 2 will use Bethesda's launcher, no mention of Steam
It seems that Rage 2 could end up bypassing Steam because preordering it from digital retailers only buys Bethesda.net keys. This means it will be exclusive to Bethesda's launcher, although we're not sure whether it's just a timed deal.
Doom and Rage have been added to Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass
It appears like Microsoft will be an accomplice in Id Software, Bethesda and Avalanche Studios' efforts in hyping up their upcoming releases Doom Eternal and Rage 2, by adding Doom and Rage to their Xbox Game Pass subscription service.
Avalanche and id Software dig in deeper into the world of RAGE 2
DOOM Eternal wasn't the only gem worthy of attention on this year's QuakeCon as RAGE 2 made a nice appearance as well with a 7.5 minute presentation of the carnage that awaits in the post-apocalyptic Earth that RAGE 2 takes place in.
Bethesda says RAGE 2 will be singleplayer only title
RAGE 2 designer Magnus Nedfors has recently confirmed that Avalanche, id and Bethesda's game won't be coming with a multiplayer component. Apparently, the development team feels strongly about making RAGE 2 a fantastic singleplayer game.
Bethesda's Rage 2 was built on Avalanche's proprietary engine
Replying to a tweet by a curious gamer, Avalanche Studios' Christofer Sundberg revealed that Rage 2 is developed on the company's proprietary Apex engine, so it's fair to assume we'll see an open world carnage in the ilk of Just Cause 3.
Bethesda reveals more details about Rage along with a new trailer
Bethesda and id Software have revealed a pile of new details for their upcoming Rage 2. This update also came with the much requested gameplay trailer, after some fans found themselves disgruntled about yesterday's cinematic outing.