Rage 2 has been keeping busy since launch, and judging by the E3 trailer the new stuff is just going to keep on coming, with new vehicles, a pilotable mech, more weapons and a big—very big—monster heading to the game soon. New toys and things to fire them at will be appearing each week, along with some more game modes and extra cheat codes to muck around with, letting you make a mess when you murder and defy gravity. On top of the continuing weekly updates, the Rise of the Ghosts expansion is coming. It will introduces a new area, story, enemy faction and, obviously, more ways to kill things. Rise of the Ghosts is coming later this year, but you should start seeing the rest appear soon.
And nor should you
I soured on Rage 2’s open world after I unlocked Dr. Kvasir’s first story mission. I happened to be down in the far south of the map, in the Twisting Canyons, so I had to go pay Kvasir a visit in the north-western Sekreto Wetlands. I begrudgingly spawned a vehicle and drove up there, cleared out the enemies camped around his base, and then spoke to the mad doctor. Or rather he spoke to me, incessantly, before another icon appeared in the south of the map, down in the Dune Sea. So back in my car I got. Another long and boring drive awaited me.
Rage 2 is a good time, but this much-anticipated collaboration between id software and Avalanche Studios is a jack of both trades and a master of neither.
The Boombox Pitstop is one of many bandit owned territories that you can clear out to earn cash and XP in Rage 2. Some of the Fuel Containers are pretty well hidden, however, so in this guide we show you where to find them all.
Bethesda have removed Rage 2 Denuvo protections in the latest patch for the game.
The Cult of the Death God is a pre-order only mission in Rage 2 where players have the opportunity to get the original armor from the first Rage game
The Icarus is a very useful flying vehicle in Rage 2. With this, you can just zoom around the map quite quickly. It is great for getting places fast, and in this guide we show you how to get it.
I know something about you that you probably won’t even admit to yourself, a fundamental human truth as undeniable as breathing: You like popping pimples. Slowly applying pressure until those tiny face volcanoes erupt into a gooey spew is one of life’s small pleasures. It is gross, yes, but so are a great many enjoyable things. Rage 2, for example.
These handy pointers should help you become the Wasteland Superhero a bit more easily.