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Mad Max: Fury Road Sequel, and Video Game News

If you saw Mad Max: Fury Road, it probably left you wanting more, and, if you are a Mad Max fan in general, you have been waiting close to 30 years for more adventures in the post apocalyptic world. Well, good news fans! We have two major Mad Max updates for you, and you are going to be excited to hear what’s coming up!

Mad Max: The Game
“In the Wasteland it’s every man for himself. Playing as reluctant warrior, Mad Max, you must embark on a treacherous journey to build the ultimate war vehicle, and leave the madness behind.”

The game is being developed by the team behind the Just Cause series and will be an open world survival game focusing on staying alive in the wasteland. The objective of the game is to build the best “magnum opus,” also known as your car. After being left for dead in the dessert, you must decide how you will survive and what you will do to help save, or doom the remaining humans in the wasteland.

Check out the gameplay trailer from Playstation, and it features footage that is in-engine, comprised of actual gameplay and in-game cinematics. The game will be for current generation systems, PlayStation 4, X-Box One, and PC.

Pre-order the game today and get the exclusive Ripper Magnum Opus vehicle!
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Mad Max: The Wasteland

Director and series creator George Miller has announced that he has a title for next chapter in the Mad Max series, Mad Max: The Wasteland. Miller stated that with the release delays for Fury Road this gave him time to work on a script and novella for the next film, Wasteland. The title is actually interesting since the universe that Mad Max takes place in is called The Wasteland, so this title doesn’t explain much, but it gives a hint that we may see more of the vast realm that is the Wasteland. With as crazy and insane as Fury Road was, this can only mean we will see more madness and insanity in the universe this franchise takes place in.

 

Sources:
Video Game: MadMaxGame.com 
Movie: ComicBook.com

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