Bethesda announces Rage 2 for PS4, Xbox One and PC – GameSpot Daily
Bethesda has continued this E3 leak with the official Rage 2 trailer for PS4, Xbox One and PC, while Nintendo has announced at NES Classic comes back to the shops.
by Michael Higham, Kallie Plagge, Mat Paget, Tony Wilson and Emily Conti
Surprisingly, Bethesda Rage 2 has today officially unveiled a live action trailer featuring a group of people in post-apocalyptic clothing, but with a duller atmosphere than you would expect something like Mad Max. Bethesda's website later revealed more details about the upcoming game, including platforms and more.
An interesting detail is that Rage 2 is a collaboration between Just Cause 3 developer Avalanche Studios (who also developed the Mad Max video game from 2015) and Rage Developer ID software. We are not sure how extensive the collaboration is, but on May 15 we will learn more. Then a gameplay trailer will come. "Rage 2" today dubbed the GameSpot Daily, but in 30 minutes or less, there are a few more stories.
If you missed a NES Classic for the first time, Nintendo has confirmed when it will come back the mini console. The company announced June 29 as a date, reiterating that both the NES Classic and SNES Classic will be available by the end of the year. We talk about our favorite retro games and more in the video above.
In other news, Overwatch is nearing another anniversary event. It will bring back Deathmatch with a new mode card. More than 50 new cosmetics will be available, in addition to all those you may have missed last year. In addition, a Legendary Edition of the game launches on the same day as the anniversary event: May 22nd. We discuss all the details and everything about Overwatch in today's episode.
Finally comes Divinity: Original Sin II consoles this summer, but if you own an Xbox One, you can play this week. It comes to the Xbox Game Preview program on May 16 and includes the first three hours of the game. Luckily, you can transfer your progress to the entire game. The console version is called Definitive Edition, but there is currently no word about any specific content.
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