Rage 2 is really provided with cheat codes

Rage 2 is a first-person shooter that takes place in a post-apocalyptic future. After a catastrophic asteroid impact, the earth is in decline and countless individuals are put into underground hibernation. Unfortunately, the events are not going according to plan and the surface is being overwhelmed by mutants and an oppressive organization known as "The Authority." It is up to you to free everyone and dismantle the oppressive regime once and for all.

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Rage 2 offers over-the-top action, but that hasn't prevented developer Avalanche Studios from releasing crazier mods. Yesterday, a strange trailer with cheat codes for the game appeared. No, it wasn't a joke from April Fools & # 39; Day, but a current mode. Today, publisher Bethesda made it clear what was going on.

Rage 2 adds an old school layer of over-the-top fun and introduces a Cheats system for the game, which means you're already going to get crazy action … just weird. You may have seen the recent April Fool & # 39; s Day trailer for a & # 39; s & # 39; s on Fire & # 39; mode in the game, but that wasn't a joke. It is really something in this absurd game.

According to Rage 2 & # 39; s Senior Gameplay Designer Peter Hastings: "Cheats have been an integral part of games since … the original Doom and we are proud to keep the tradition alive, and they're just very funny." Hastings & # 39; s favorite cheat makes exploding red barrels rain out of the sky. You can read some of the other cheats below.

More cheats will be deposited in the game on a rotating basis, and additional cheats will be added to the line-up after the launch.

A report recently appeared confirming that Rage 2 runs on 1080p 60 FPS on Xbox One X. This should ensure that the gameplay is incredibly smooth and responsive! Hopefully the story will be just as fascinating because

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