Rage 2 was supposed to be a brilliant open world version of Doom - but in fact, not everyone is enthusiastic about the final product, which has lower averages than its predecessor
after Fallout 76 Which has succeeded in disappointing masses of fans with surprising and unnecessary changes to a well-established and proven formula, we were hoping to see the American game distributor Bethesda return to the sidelines this year with a refreshing and innovative action game called Rage 2. It did not really happen, at least to a large group of Gamers Who hoped to see an upgraded version of Doom Which was inspired and loved by 2016.
Bethesda adopted into Core The open-source action game launched in 2010 by renowned software company Id Software, has attracted Swedish developer Avalanche Studios from the Just Cause series and the Mad Max game, creating a comeback that looks absolutely promising in the original gameplay, with destructive forces, diverse weapons and agile movement.
The months passed and the official launch date came - and then we began to receive the responses for the finished product rather than for a small, detached taste of the piece that succeeded in surprising us and not in the positive sense. Similar to another high-profile open world game recently launched, Rage 2 also has negative points that its world feels empty and boring on too many occasions, with tasks that repeat themselves with little change and no real distinction and a plot that is not interesting enough to push forward.
Rage 2 currently holds an average of 73 from the 100 to the PC version, According to Metacritic site, and an even lower average of 68 from 100 For the PlayStation 4 version - with even lower averages of 5.5 from 10 and 5.8 from 10 respectively by the players themselves who join the 55% positive reviews only on the Steam platform. Despite the great promises and potential, Bethesda and its people seem not to have been able to please everyone - and brought to the shops a game that fails to surpass his predecessor, who was also labeled as an unrealized promise at the time.
Rage 2 is not a bad game, but it may well be the final and final part of this brand - when it's not sure whether anyone will really regret it or miss it. Have you tried the title? Let's tell what your impressions are in comments.