When a shooter like Rage 2 does an excellent job of shooting, the other factors become a lot less critical and ignored.
As one of the “bombing” games released in 2011, Rage seemed to sink into the list of games that have never had sequels. However, Software and Avalanche Studios surprised gamers around the world by announcing Rage 2. The game has now been released on Steam, and I’m glad to see it garnered a lot of praise for the shooting’s top quality.
The world of Rage 2 is small, but just enough for you to play.
Although Rage 2 proved to be a mess of ideas from many other games, a little Mad Max, a small Doom, a little Far Cry, and a little Wildlands, the game’s action array is most outstanding above all. While the game’s plot is surprisingly short and the open world that Avalanche created is as boring as their previous titles, it is probably the first blockbuster-worthy shooter this year.
The joy of using guns in Rage 2 comes from all kinds of weapons in the game. In the hands of protagonist Walker, palm trees allow you to draw all kinds of fun on the screen, with the world as a piece of paper and the enemy is the ink for the picture. You can find many different types of “squid” – from small sizes like thieves and thieves, hideous mutant monsters to huge meat and terrible caravan sowing horrors on the palace—the road of Rage 2.
To be able to draw your picture, Rage 2 offers gamers a variety of guns. Gamers can complete the game with just a few default guns that the game offers, but if you do just that, you have lost 90% of the fun of the game. Take the time to explore the map to find the guns and special skills that the developer has hidden in the Ark scattered in the game world, and you will have the opportunity to enjoy the part. Shooting game completely. You’ll find a Gravity Dart (Gravity Dart), Firestorm pistol, Hypercannon cannon, and many other weapons. When you are empty-handed at the beginning of the game, Walker is a bit weak and mediocre, but once you have collected enough “toys,” the combat in Rage 2 will make you want to return to continue fighting.
And I need to dedicate part of this article to talk about Rage 2. shotguns, a fan of shotgun since I first knew Counter-Strike, and always remember the quality game shotgun. Far Cry has a Spas 12, FEAR has a VK-12, Half-Life has a legendary two-shot shotgun, and Doom and Rage 2 have Combat Shotgun. Rage 2’s shotgun is so good that we can divide the game into two parts: before the shotgun and after the shotgun. Because the game allows you to find this gun right away, you can completely ignore all bullshit such as quests, storylines, or troublesome NPCs to come to it immediately. And enjoy the joy it brings.
So how far did this shotgun go? Like in Doom, it has two normal shooting modes (left mouse) and special (right mouse). In normal shooting mode, this is a noisy, irritable, and violent gun, capable of shooting down multiple enemies each time you click the left mouse button. When encountering more buffalo opponents, try to switch to the right mouse to put the shot’s full power at the target, blow the enemies in front of you into the walls into a slimy pile, or knock them down the cliffs. Smoking worms appear rife in the game.
In addition to the shotgun, Rage 2 also has many other interesting color brushes – all with two shooting modes – for gamers to use. You can use the Gravity Dart to “introduce” enemies to the adjacent steel wall or for two bad bandit to offend the viewer face to face, so they don’t have to see them anymore. Firestorm is just a normal revolver gun, but the shots it shoots can stick to the target and only explode when you snap Thanos-style snap. The guns are the savior of Rage 2, and perhaps the only thing that brings gamers back to a game called “open world” but has a story as long as … tutorial of another game.
Special skills are also a part of the gameplay of Rage 2. You can jump high and cause AOE damage when landing with Slam, smashing enemy armor with Shatter (or turn them into a bunch) red dust). During gameplay, gamers can also upgrade all their weapons and skills to develop characters and emphasize the elements they like best in the game’s team fight. On top of that, the game gives you “Overdrive,” a feature that increases the fun, power of guns to 1337%. Your guns will get stronger, your health will automatically recover, and the countdown of special skills will drastically decrease.
In short, if you are still wondering whether you should buy Rage 2, ask yourself whether you are a crazy fan of shotguns and chaotic but exciting shoots. If the answer is yes, Rage 2 is the FPS game that gives you the best shooting experience in 2019, at least until Doom: Eternal is released.