E3 2019: Rage 2 Weekly Content Plus a New Expansion

Sunday, June 9th, 2019

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oprainfall | Rage 2

 

Bethesda and id Software have announced that Rage 2 will be getting new content on a weekly basis. Furthermore, the game also has a new expansion coming, called Rise of the Ghosts. The upcoming expansion adds new enemies, new vehicles, new weapons, and of course more. They showed off a new trailer showcasing some of the new stuff coming to Rage 2. Check out the trailer:

 

The trailer shows us new game modes, story, areas, enemies, a mechanized walker, a sand worm, and also some new vehicles like the Armadillo and the skull motorcycle. However, Rage 2‘s Rise of the Ghosts expansion did not get a release date yet.

Rage 2 | Rise of the Ghosts Expansion

 

Here are a few screenshots of a few of the new things they showed off this evening:

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