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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:25am 24/04/15 | 2 Comments
A new "gameplay overview" trailer for Mad Max from Avalanche Studios shows what the team has been doing in the game's silence since last year, and it's looking like a wasteland of fun, adventure and Road Warrioring.

That Aussie voice-over is sounding gritty and on-point, too.
Set in the post-apocalyptic future, the trailer provides a glimpse into the desperate struggle Max faces after losing it all – his family, his car, his sanity – and the steps he must take to survive in the harsh and desolate Wasteland. For the first time, players get an extended look at the deep car customization, metal grinding vehicular combat, brutal melee combat and a wide range of other activities they can engage in during their quest to build the ultimate survival vehicle, the Magnum Opus, and find solace in the Plains of Silence. All footage in the trailer is in-engine, comprised of actual game play and in-game cinematics.
There's a lot to take away from this trailer, including the idea of hidden "tombs" of upgrades and collectables, factions, scrap as currency, your dog (maybe?) and eating to survive (including Dinki-Di dog food).

Watch the trailer embedded below.

Mad Max is set to arrive on PC, PS4 and Xbox One this September 5.

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Posted 12:19pm 24/4/15
I was concerned that this would be Just Cause 2 without the parachute and set in a wasteland, but this actually excites me now.

Not that Just Cause 2 wasn't fun but there wasn't anything to do after the missions except blow up identical army bases, while it looks like there's reason to keep going in this.
Posted 02:02pm 24/4/15
Trailer looks good but I still have my doubts.
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