While surfing this morning, I stumbled across this post over at Rock, Paper, Shotgun revealing that id Software has released a trio of new Rage screenshots on the Bethdesa Blog. The screenshots come along with a redesign of the game's official website and profiles of developers John Carmack, Tim Willits, and Matt Hooper. Those profiles don't reveal anything new about the game, but the fresh screenshots sure do look purdy:
You can find the other two, plus a higher-resolution copy of the above shot, in the gallery below.
Rage is due out for the PC and consoles on September 13, breaking a long tradition of id games that were released "when it's done" rather than on a specific schedule. The official release date was actually announced way back in August. At the time, lead design Tim Willits promised the "biggest, coolest, and most badass launch possible." Way to manage expectations, Tim. There's already no shortage of anticipation for this title, especially among PC gamers itching for something to take advantage of the latest and greatest graphics hardware.
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