Want a free copy of Rage 2 and a free haircut? Here’s what you need to do
Bethesda has teamed up with Huckle the Barber, one of the UK’s leading grooming specialists, to help get London full of RAGE ahead of the launch of RAGE 2 later this week.
To celebrate the launch of RAGE 2, Bethesda has organised a full takeover of Huckle the Barber in Old Street, Shoreditch on Wed May 15th.
Bethesda and Huckle are offering free haircuts inspired by the game to select members of the public if they get in touch – and quick!
Bethesda notes you can get the look and then get the game – totally for free: anyone getting a RAGE 2 haircut will walk out with their own free copy!
How to get a free copy of Rage 2 and a free haircut
Spaces are limited, so if you’d like to look the part in this limited time promotion, call 020-3222-0021 and quote “RAGE 2” for your free haircut
Spaces are only available only on May 15th and will be offered on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. Appointments can be made from midday to 6pm.
So make sure you call soon and secure your haircut and copy of the game.
(Unisex barbers are available, too)
Back in January, we got our hands on Rage 2 and noted it was nothing like its predecessor.
“That miserable, brown identity crisis of a game left a bad taste in the mouths of id Software fans, promising DOOM-inspired gunplay with Borderlands-style world-building and managing to achieve neither.
Not only does the sequel get closer to delivering on the promises of the first game, but it also does it with a creative energy that’s actually quite fun. It’s a trashy 90s B-movie crammed into a game: parodying and celebrating Mad Max in equal measure, self-aware of how cheesy it is, brimming with neon and blue to offset that dank, Fallout-y wasteland that made the first game so bland.
“In its simplest form, RAGE 2 delivers on the promise of the original game,” says studio director Tim Willits of id Software, bluntly. “The technology limited us to seperate areas in the first game – the driving and the combat were split onto different disks, right?
“In RAGE 2, the game is more connected. Everything works together better, you can go off and do different missions, you can go off and do what you want and that’s such and important part of what people wanted.”
You can read the rest of our thoughts at the link above.
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