One of my favorite games growing up was Road Rash, a pc game which tasked the player with winning motorcycle races, all while avoiding and using weapons against your opponents. It’s over 25 years later, but I may have a game that’ll scratch that itch once again, Road Rage.
With an almost identical concept to the cult classic racer, Road Rage will modernize the concept for the current generation. After choosing which motorcycle fits you best, equip yourself with a range of insane weapons. Flails, Chainsaws, and even Anime Blades, that’s just a short list of the bevy of equipable maniacal weaponry at your finger tips.
While multiplayer may be the first thing on everyone’s mind regarding the upcoming title, Road Rage will boast a considerable story mode as well. As the newest recruit in the most dangerous outlaw motorcycle gang in town, you’ll need to race, fight, and hustle your way through the ranks to survive and prosper.
To do so, navigate the dangerous city of Ashen, a massive city and discover a wide variety of missions and objectives throughout its distinctive neighborhoods. The city will be filled with 42 story-driven missions, but that’s not all. Experience 56 additional side missions – ranging from delivery and escort jobs to combat races to all-out gang brawls – at your leisure, as the city of Ashen will be a free roam, open world.
In a world where last place isn’t an option, your bike is the key to keeping you alive. Be sure to experience the mayhem when Road Rage will be released on October 24, 2017, for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Pre-Orders are now available at Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop for 29.99.
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