And “Rage’s” last Tweet was sent Wednesday, reacting to a possible leak that a sequel is coming.
In the tongue-in-cheek tweet, “Rage” responded to Walmart Canada with a diagram showing all of the things wrong with the placeholder art found on the retailer’s online store for a “Rage 2” pre-order. The tweet notes that the wrong font is used and that it has the “wrong key art” which certainly could be interpreted as a form of verification.
Bethesda, the publisher and parent company of id Software, then responded with a tweet of its own, simply writing: “Dude.”
As of this writing, the background art for the “Rage” Twitter page is now a picture of that “Rage”-corrected Walmart screen capture.
Earlier Wednesday, Walmart seemingly leaked a number of yet-to-be-announced video games when it posted a slew of pre-orders for titles using blank boxes. Among the titles named were “Gears of War 5,” “Just Cause 4,” and “Rage 2.”