Review Roundup: Rage 2 is Filled With Addicting Gameplay, Incredible Action, and Amazing Set Pieces

Bethesda’s latest title, Rage 2 is about to release tomorrow for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC and there is a lot of hype for gamers, will it live up to it or will if miserably fail? Let’s find out!
Rage 2 is a sequel to the original title, however, players won’t have to have played that one in order to continue on in the sequel. A matter of fact, Rage 2 is sole focus seems to be about its gameplay, which seems to have paid off. Players will be treated to the sleek movements of iD Software’s DOOM 2016 title, paired with crazy gunplay action that will keep you hooked for hours.

Down below are some of the most respectable gaming sites in the industry, check out the highlights for their reviews on Bethesda’spost-apocolptic shooter — Rage 2.

With its large open world and vast array of upgrades to earn, Rage 2 feels very much like an antidote for Far Cry fans who have overdosed on that particular style and want a new take on the large-scale shooter-RPG idea. Though Avalanche hasn’t quite figured out what makes a world feel alive and dynamic or how to make good use of its vehicles, it absolutely nails the moment-to-moment combat thanks to a Doom-inspired energetic pace that few shooters manage to pull off.

In Rage 2, you move fast and kill faster. It’s the synthesis between id Software’s 2016 reboot of Doom and Avalanche Studios’ Mad Max, bringing together some of the best ideas from both. Moment-to-moment play on foot is fantastic with each weapon and ability just opening up your options for destruction. Driving could be improved and it’s a little on the shorter side, but Rage 2 is a damned good time.

PC Games
Rage 2 delivers incredible action at a ridiculous pace which makes it easily one of the best FPS experiences I’ve had in years. Sadly the rest of the game falls flat in comparison, with uninspired open world design, clunky driving and a shallow story that can be finished in just a couple of hours.

Game Informer
For all of its attempts at garish glitter, Rage 2 is a muted, cliché, and uninspiring experience that’s propped up by spectacular shooting and neverending battles that sometimes live up to the promise of a carnival of carnage.

The wild, exceptional combat of Rage 2 contends with some of the genre’s greats, but it’s disappointing that the game’s world squanders its potential.

Rage 2 is set to release tomorrow for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Are you excited for the upcoming open-world shooter? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Metacritic