Rage 2 Roadmap

We are only 4 days away from Rage 2 released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

To be honest I was in the group of people a bit disappointed by the first one. Probably because I had too high expectation. For the second one, I do not have any, so I am ready to give a second chance.

For those unaware of the game, Rage 2 is a first-person shooter developed by Avalanche Studio and published by Bethesda. In this game, you will play a ranger named Walker, in an apocalyptic open world. And yes, you can actually choose Walker gender and skills. The world was destroyed by an asteroid and you need now to survive against mutants, while the majority of mankind died. The Rage part of the game come from the fact that you have Nanotrite-based powers and can activate a mode called Overdrive. Once activated, your weapon will do more damage and you will get healed constantly. Sadly, this is also the reason why everyone wants you dead and put their hands on your Nanotrite.

Bethesda recently released the roadmap of the content for Rage 2 coming this year. This can be summarized as monthly challenges, weapon skins, and world events. DLC expansions are also planned for August and another one in fall.

 

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Monster Hunter World Free Trial on PS4

We were talking 2 days ago about the next Monster Hunter World extension, Iceborne, revealed during the Sony State Of Play.

To increase even more the number of players, Capcom decided to give a Free Trial of the game on PS4. That trial end of May 20th, it got three main quests, in two different worlds: Ancient Forest and the Wildspire Wastes.

You can also entirely customize your character, play with other players (from the free trial or not), and you would your save file if you would choose the buy the game.

As a reminder, the extension Monster Hunter World Iceborn will be available September 6th!

F1® Manager for your phone

On the side of the Spanish F1 Grand Prix, game developer and publisher Hutch released yesterday F1 Manager on Android and iOS.

One very good news is that F1 Manager is free to play, but some in-game items can be purchased with real money. Fair enough.
As its name implies, you will create their F1 team and challenge other players in 1v1 races. During those races, you will have to take decision such as pit stop strategy, tire selection, engine mode, take care of weather changes and accidents.

The game got all the official circuits, team and drivers from the 2019 FIA F1 championship.

Shaun Rutland, CEO, and Co-Founder of Hutch also said: “Formula 1 has a massive global fanbase and for years game developers have successfully delivered the F1 driving experience. The F1 fans in our design team felt the team principal perspective was underserved and more suited to mobile play. Our team has created a game that captures the excitement of a race weekend, focusing on the vital decisions made from behind the pit wall. We’re excited to bring this mobile-first F1 game to fans around the world.”

Here are the links for download:
Apple App Store

Google Play Store