Prior to the E3, players, journalists, enthusiasts, and Leakers are hardest at gathering information about publishers, assets, press packs, and web servers to find out what's going to be presented at this year's E3. Well, after a supposed leak of Bethesda's press conference, the company decided to make fun of the scandal.
The official Twitter account for RAGE tweeted a picture of the Box Art that appeared as a placeholder on the store page for the Canadian version of Walmart. The picture marks the leak like a housework, gives it an A, knocks off three points because it has a wrong key, does not have the title RAGE 2 in capital letters, and misses the ESRB rating on the cover of the Box. Techincally that should make it a B +, but who counts?
The tweet pokes fun at the leak that originally occurred a few days ago, where some retailers have listed a number of games, many of which expect to be unveiled this year E3, especially with Walmart Gears of War 5, Forza Horizon 5, Borderlands 3, Just Cause 4, and RAGE 2 among its offerings Typically, retailers are given a heads-up about upcoming games to help them with the Pre-order bonus promotions can begin, but sometimes there is also a problem where the person who runs the entries gets a little crazy and publishes games before the actual announcement. This seems to be the case with RAGE 2 the unannounced first-person shooter that followed the 2010 tour for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
The original game was a kind of hybrid from Crazy Max meets Borderlands meets Fallout . The players traveled through a wasteland, performing quests, gaining new weapons, fighting enemies, and traveling in limited vehicle segments.
The great gimmick for the original RAGE was that it ran on the id Tech 5 Game Engine, which involved the use of John Carmack's highly acclaimed megatextures.
While everything sounded great on paper and looked cool in the concept, the application of the technology did not really do much for the actual gameplay, and in the end RAGE was considered a well-meant but mostly mediocre outing viewed by id Software and Bethesda.
The funny thing is that Walmart was out of nowhere an affirmation that RAGE 2 was actually shown on the E3, but the fact that Bethesda had the official Twitter account for RAGE reopened, it seems to point out that the Walmart Leak is actually truer than other people may have guessed. 19659011] For those hoping for more DOOM it looks like this time around for an eight-year-long sequel to RAGE . Depending on what id software does with the game, it might turn out to be worthy of being hyped about it, but in the meantime, we can all just enjoy and laugh at the serenity that the Twitter review of the leaked boxing art from the RAGE is. account.