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Following the reveal trailer of Rage 2 earlier now, more information about the open world first-person shot has continued to trickle. Information such as platforms as well as the box artwork were some of the very first details to arrive and today, it seems as if we understand who’ll be creating the project.

When checking out the official Rage 2 site, the English edition of the website doesn’t discuss much info about who’s creating the project, though when altering the speech of the site, those details seem. Upon changing the translation of this page into Dutch, Russian, Italian, or some of the other languages provided other than Japanese and English, that the game’s description shows that Avalanche Studios along with id Software will soon be co-developing Rage 2.

Avalanche Studios is well-known for creating a litany of all open-world names such as   Just Cause 3 and also the more closely connected apocalyptic game Mad Max. Identification Software, on the other hand, served as the original programmers behind   Rage and lately is most recognized for its re-launch of all  DOOM. It appears like Avalanche has been brought to Rage 2 to   help work on the open floor facets of the game while identity Software will once again boast their own always-satisfactory shooting mechanics.

On paper, the marriage of these two studios makes sense and should hopefully make Rage 2 the greatest possible game. What’s interesting about this group working together, though, are to see whether it affects any other rumored projects and their timelines.   Just Cause 4 along with  DOOM 2 have been much-rumored rumored  names that a thought may appear at E3 next month, however, this has just been conjecture with no proof.

In any event, we’ll surely continue to learn more about Rage 2 and of those studio’s other jobs next month throughout E3 2018.

Update: The official Rage Twitter accounts supported what was already stated previously.

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