New Rage 2 'Everything vs Me' trailer features cyborg ninjas and a very unlucky buffalo

I know precisely two things about Rage 2 (opens in new tab): it's out next month on May 14, and it's gotten some surprisingly good trailers. "Everything vs Me," the latest in a growing line of Rage 2 trailers, was released earlier today. As you may have guessed from the title, the theme of the trailer is you against the world, only the world is full of cyborg ninjas, redneck mechs, and unfortunate buffalos. 

In all seriousness, these enemies look like a massive improvement over the original Rage, which suffered from a bit of goon overload. I'm sure Rage 2 has plenty of run-of-the-mill goons too, but crucially, they're joined by invisible samurai, giant mutants, and cyber soldiers that look straight out of Fallout's Brotherhood of Steel. Variety's the spice of life, and Rage 2's colorful cast of enemies looks ripe for rocket-jumping, wing-sticking, woosh-crikey fun. I kind of feel bad for that buffalo, though. Kind of. 

Lord knows there's no shortage of Rage 2 trailers to dig into. We've been dissecting these things since last May when we found 23 important details in the first Rage 2 trailer (opens in new tab). Since then we've seen trailers about windmill kills (opens in new tab), trailers with NBA Jam voice overs (opens in new tab), and trailers featuring… Danny Dyer, a direct descendant of King Edward the Third (opens in new tab)? That said, I'm still more interested in the parade of Rage 2 cheats (opens in new tab) Bethesda's been rolling out. 

We've played Rage 2, and it's every bit as ridiculous as it sounds (opens in new tab): gyrating elderly ladies, sausage helmets, and blonde-quiffed mutants await you.

Austin Wood

Austin freelanced for the likes of PC Gamer, Eurogamer, IGN, Sports Illustrated, and more while finishing his journalism degree, and he's been with GamesRadar+ since 2019. They've yet to realize that his position as a staff writer is just a cover up for his career-spanning Destiny column, and he's kept the ruse going with a focus on news and the occasional feature.