Rage 2 Director Promises A Better Ending Than The First Game
The first Rage title was released back in 2011 and while it saw quite a few positive reviews, the game had quite a few issues as well. The story and characters were lackluster and while there was some fun combat, the game came off as incredibly one dimensional. With Rage 2 now on the horizon it’s understandable that fans might have some reservations with what’s next. Thankfully, the developers have promised that they definitely learned their lesson this time around.
Game Director for Rage 2 Magnus Nedfors recently sat down for an interview to discuss the upcoming game as well as dive into the issues that the first title had and how the developers plan to fix them. With such a vast open world to explore, it would be a shame to see the Rage sequel to fall in the same way that its predecessor had. Nedfors expressed that this won’t be the case, stating that the game will have a “good ending with closure,” however afterwards players will still be able to explore the world to their heart’s content and continue to grow their characters.
Once you finish the main story, you’re allowed to continue on and explore the open world. It will continue to exist as a state and you can gather money and become more powerful [during the post-game]. So many people who play open-world game are completionists and want to keep on playing, so we’ll keep the world open.”
Rage 2 is set to release on May 14th for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Will the developers be able to succeed in their second attempt with the franchise? Let us know your thoughts on Rage 2 and more in the comments section below.
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