Tweet of the Day, This Probably Isn’t Fallout 5, Dagnabbit edition.

It’s probably Rage 2.

At least, that’s the argument here. Come, I will conceal nothing from you: I didn’t know what Rage 1 was before now.  Which is why I’m wondering why Bethesda would develop a sequel to it when they could be giving me an opportunity to shove money at them via a new Fallout game.  I mean, the idea is money, right?  At least that’s what I thought the idea was.

Moe Lane

PS: If they don’t want to work on Fallout they can always work on a new Elder Scrolls RPG.

PPS: I sincerely apologize if I’m urinating on anybody’s cornflakes about a Rage sequel. If this is great news for you, cool. I’ll probably buy the game, at that.


  • Aruges says:

    Ah, RAGE. RAGE, RAGE, RAGE. It tried real hard and put on quite the show, but there really wasn’t much there. Shame, really.

    I’m interested to see what they’ll do with a sequel. Hopefully, put in a real story and make an actual open world game this time…

    Bethesda will be publishing it, but RAGE is an iD title so it won’t take away from Bethesda’s normal work. (which isn’t Fallout 5 right now anyway. ES6 is most likely the next Beth title, with the rumored possibility of a new “skyrim in space” sci fi title)

  • Luke says:

    Rage is a cult classic. It’s both brilliant, and badly flawed. (If you’ve ever heard me geek out about Alpha Protocol, you’re familiar with the phenomenon.)
    But this is almost certainly NOT a teaser for Rage 2. It channeled the “Real is Brown” trope very aggressively. And took itself fairly seriously. The vivid pink on an iconic landmark clashes rather badly tonally.

  • UnmovingGreatLibrary says:

    Well, whatever it is, we’ll know tomorrow.

  • acat says:

    Since Bethesda already said “no Chicago” .. I’d kind of like to see “Fallout: Toronto” ..

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