There are good and bad ways to respond to a leak, and it looks as if Bethesda has motionless to take a aloft track with a open response to Walmart’s listing of what competence be one of a arriving games.
Rage was a first-person shooter from id Software that came out in 2011 to intermediate reviews, and led to John Carmack apologizing for a diversion in a 2012 QuakeCon keynote. That seemed to be a finish of Rage’s story, until Walmart Canada posted a inventory for Rage 2, that is not nonetheless strictly announced.
The central Rage Twitter criticism after tweeted a following image:
Seriously, Walmart. At slightest put some bid into your placeholder listings. This fun is flattering light and feathery as these things go, though does anyone else notice what it doesn’t include?
Publishers tend not to criticism on this arrange of thing, since announcements are delicately timed for limit impact so they don’t wish to endorse a diversion is entrance right now, though they also don’t wish to distortion and contend it’s not in production. Giving a tradesman a witty tantalizing is a good center ground.
Bethesda’s Pete Hines retweeted a image, and responded to a fan’s doubt about another diversion with a identical tone.
Go buy a Magic 8-ball during WalMart and ask it.
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) May 9, 2018
We’ll know shortly adequate if Rage 2 exists. Bethesda’s annual E3 showcase, BE3, will take place on Sunday, Jun 10, during 6:30 p.m. PT.