•: October 4, 2011 •: October 6, 2011 •: October 7, 2011, Mode(s), Rage (stylized as RAGE) is a video game developed by, released in November 2010 for and later October 2011 for, the, and the. It was first shown as a tech demo on June 11, 2007, at the, and was officially announced on August 2, 2007. Rage uses id Software's game engine, and was the final game released by the company under the supervision of founder.
Rage is set in a near future, following the impact of the asteroid on Earth. Players take control of Nicholas Raine, a soldier put into hibernation in an underground shelter who emerges into the wasteland a century later, and finds himself a by an oppressive organization known as The Authority. The game has been described as similar to the movie, and to video games such as and. Rage received mainly positive reviews, with reviewers praising the game's combat mechanics and graphics, while criticizing the lack of story, characters, and direction. The version, titled Rage: Mutant Bash TV, received mixed to positive reviews.
Bethesda announced a sequel,, in May 2018. In, a player alternately throws a three bladed boomerang (wingstick) to kill his foe.
The game primarily consists of and driving segments, with the player using their vehicle to explore the world and travel between missions. Combat is undertaken from a first-person perspective; the player is armed with a variety of upgradeable firearms, as well as a, and -like weapons called 'wingsticks' which can be used for stealthy attacks.
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There are several types of ammunition available for each weapon, to allow the player to further customize their play style. As an example, the crossbow's primary ammunition is metal bolts, but it also can shoot electrified bolts, explosive bolts, and more. There are two standard varieties of enemies: enemies with firearms which will take cover and exchange fire with the player, and melee enemies that will charge the player and attack with melee weapons.
There are a variety of vehicular events for the player to participate in, including races and checkpoint rallies. Racing events may or may not have opponents, and some of them are armed races while others are not. Players have the ability to augment their cars with various items and upgrades they can gain by completing events. Rage also features some (RPG) elements, including an inventory system, looting system, and different types of ammo. Players have the option to customize their weapons and vehicles, as well as build a wide assortment of items using collected recipes. Not only can the vehicles be used for racing, but, like all open-world sandbox games, they can be used for traveling from one location to the other with occasional attacks from enemy vehicles.
There are also side missions and a number of other minor exploratory elements. Multiplayer [ ] Rage has two multiplayer modes: 'Road Rage' and 'Wasteland Legends'. In Road Rage, up to four players compete in a free-for-all match that takes place in an arena designed to make use of the vehicles. The objective is to collect rally points that appear around the arena while killing one's opponents and stealing their points. Legends of the Wasteland is a series of two-player co-op missions based on stories that are heard throughout the single-player campaign. There are a total of 9 objectives in this game type.
Plot [ ] On August 23, 2029, the asteroid collides with, effectively destroying and turning the world into a. Survivors come together to form settlements around and other practical or habitable locations, while the wastes are plagued by various clans, and, who attack all normal humans in a voracious horde. In 2135, former Lieutenant Nicholas Raine emerges from an underground shelter called an Ark, 106 years after being put into. These underground shelters are the direct result of the Eden Project, a massive international undertaking in which hundreds of Arks, containing, were sealed under the surface of the Earth in order to preserve enough of the human population to rebuild civilization after the asteroid collision. The Eden Project was far less successful than hoped, as Raine's Ark in particular was heavily damaged, with all of its other residents dead and equipment destroyed, and he wakes up alone with no specific goal in mind.