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We’ve been basking in cheap NAND Flash memory for the best part of 18 months now but the good times could be about to come to an end. 
Gaming is an interest which is never short on both hilarity and disaster. The push/pull between a rabid fanbase, over-eager executives, and cynical players mean we’re constantly on a ship steering through rocky waters. Publishers want higher margins, gamers want better games, and when these two ideals clash we get our PR disasters. Back in the old days we didn’t really get them at all but, with gaming proliferating into the huge entertainment goliath it is today, failures are both costly and embarrassing. They will say anything they can to paper over the cracks.
Avalanche and id Software are continuing to pump out updates for Rage 2, including a second major update on July 25th which adds a trio of new ways to play the open-world shooter - New Game+, Iron Man, and Ultra-Nightmare difficulty.
G2A a game key seller, reportedly saw an employee reach out to 10 different journalists in an attempt to get published a pre-written "unbiased" and "transparent" article, that shone a positive light on their game key reselling practice. The G2A employee also suggested financially incentivising the deal, providing the journalist did not tell anyone about the financial transaction.
UPDATE: And so this sorry story comes to an end. Bethesda has pushed a new hotfix for Rage 2 on PC which removes Denuvo Anti-Tamper DRM.
AMD has just pushed out a new graphics card drive release, and it’s an important one for any Radeon owners planning to play Rage 2 this week. The AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.5.1 GPU driver provides official support for id Software and Avalanche Studio’s open-world shooter Rage 2.
UPDATE: Aaaand, the first wave of Rage 2 reviews are in. It's a mixed one alright, earning a wide-ranging set of reviews which stretch from a measly 50% up to a mighty 94%. 
No game these days is complete without a robust post-launch content roadmap (or at least once the roadmap content is actually out), and Rage 2 is going to be no different. Bethesda has outlined about six months of additional content coming to the post-apocalyptic open-world shooter, comprising a mix of paid expansions and smaller freebies.
Phew. We love trailers as much as the next person, although there’s probably only so many we need for just a single game. It’s the end of a very chaotic road for Rage 2 though, with Bethesda, Id Software, and Avalanche’s post-apocalyptic roadshow finally launching this week. And you know what that means right? It’s launch trailer time.
This PC performance article focuses on Rage 2 frame rates and will provide us with a graphics card frame rate guide for when the game launches on May 14th. We will continue to update as more Rage 2 frame rate data is published around the net, as we complete our internal hardware analysis on the game, but especially as you submit your FPS results to Game-Debate.
Bethesda has revealed the PC system requirements for Rage 2. The upcoming post-apocalyptic open-world shooter launches on PC on May 14th, developed through the twin talents of Avalanche Studios and id Software. Rage 2 combines the open-world chaos of Just Cause with the fast-paced FPS action of Doom. Here are the system specs you'll need to run Rage 2.