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A name has been given to the game demo'd at Apple's WWDC conference. Rage, the new IP from ID studios is said to be "60 percent shooting and 40 percent driving." The game will feature the second generation of Id's Megatexture technology and run on the new Id tech 5 graphics engine. Set in the future where a comet crashes into earth forcing the player to fight an oppressive regime as well as mutant survivors. The game will be released on two DVDs due to its massive amount of textures and 20 hour single player campaign. Co-Op has also been confirmed.

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http://www.gamespot.com/news/6176188.html
http://www.shacknews.com/onearticle.x/48289

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Carmack Overcoming Prejudices to Sign With EA

Gamasutra - July 15, 2008


Submitted by zukaus (1) at 9:54AM PST on July 16, 2008


Talking to Gamasutra at E3, id's John Carmack has been explaining why he "carried around some outdated prejudices about [Electronic Arts], the big evil empire of gaming", but how signing RAGE with EA Partners is symptomatic of the publishing giant's "major intentional corporate cultural change".
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Tim Willits Interview

GameInformer - August 8, 2007


Submitted by Makidian (105) at 1:21PM PST on August 8, 2007


After John Carmack dropped a huge bomb in the form of the id Tech 5 demo and the debut of Rage, the big question is...what is it? Is it a racer? Is it a shooter? What's the deal? Before Game Informer left QuakeCon, they had to find out, so Game Informer got the opportunity to chat with id Software's Creative Director Tim Willits about their new project to find out as much as they could about this mysterious project
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