Rage 2 received a new gameplay trailer during Bethesda’s press conference earlier this week, highlighting new series of challenges and destruction.

Lately, is was reported that the game will run at 30 frames per second on the standard PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, while at 60 frames per second on the upgraded PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X. Whereas for PC gamers, it will run on unlocked fps as usual.

The game is sequel to Rage which was developed by id Software and was praised by the gaming community, where as the Rage 2 is being developed by Avalanche on its Apex engine, which is quite popular for making open-world titles. Previously, the games built on Avalanche’s Apex engine struggled to run on 60 fps on the consoles, however, it is a positive sign that the studio is targeting 60 fps on for the upgraded consoles.

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Have a look into the game’s E3 gameplay footage right below;

The game will not receive multiplayer content at the launch and will focus on the single player mode instead, which will have over 100 hours of content and some of it will be released after the game’s release.

The game is scheduled for launch in Spring next year for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!