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Tuesday, 06 August 2013 07:16

Rage franchise will return

Written by David Stellmack

No plans for it to happen right now

Tim Willits, Co-Founder of id Software, says that the Rage franchise isn’t dead, but it isn’t coming back anytime soon, either. Willits says that the universe that was built in Rage was designed so that they could easily step back into it in the future.

While Rage received positive reviews, the title didn’t seem to resonate with buyers and the game never really caught on. Although id Software has no plans to revisit the franchise at this time, Willits’ comments make it likely that we will see more of Rage in the future.

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