The open-world motorcycle racer and brawler Road Rage releases today on the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Developed by Team6, Road Rage will see players riding around the fictional city of Ashen hitting rivals with various hand-held weapons all while keeping your speed up and climbing the ranks of an outlaw gang in a city riddled with crime.
Road Rage features 42 story-driven missions and 56 side missions ranging from delivery jobs to combat races. Completing these will allow you to increase your bike's performance thanks to a range of upgrades.
Road Rage is available to purchase right now for £19.99. Check out the launch trailer below.
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