A photo released last week seems to hint at the development of a 2015 Mad Max sequel; However, the information is yet to be verified.
A photo that appeared recently on Twitter seems to show the existence of Mad Max 2, the unexpected sequel to the post-apocalyptic title years ago inspired by the popular series. However, with very few details, many doubts remain about the real status of the project. The creation of the makers of Just Cause Avalanche Studios, Mad Max was released in 2015, closely following the success of the critically acclaimed film Mad Max: Fury Road. While not strictly based on the series, the title is clearly inspired by it and features a collaboration with brand creator George Miller; The result is an action-packed, post-apocalyptic open-world adventure with a particular focus on vehicle combat.
Considering that Avalanche Studios never said anything about it, Wendy Fok’s Twitter post is most likely an unintentional leak. The designer posted a photo of herself scanned in 3D at Avalanche Studios in New York, saying this happened before the pandemic and that they included her in Mad Max 2 as a villain. rebellion. This unique clue to the sequel to one of the most underrated games of its generation is in development.
Suspicion immediately flared up on social networks. Some pointed out that Wendy Fok may have made a typo; but in the making of the first Mad Max game, no face scanning was done. Others think the confusion may be with Rage 2, another Avalanche Studios game; however, the latter doesn’t have rebels in it and the designer explicitly tagged the Mad Max game page in his tweet. All considered, the possibility that this sequel actually exists seems pretty real, and comes at a time when fans of the franchise have been waiting for a Mad Max: Fury Road sequel that was recently canceled postponed until 2024.
While the existence of this sequel has been mentioned, its current status is completely unknown. Wendy Fok’s pre-pandemic photo appears to be from 2017: so many years go by without a hint of a project that means a huge delay in work or worse, the project has been abandoned. cancel. If that’s the case, fans could replay the original title, an open-world game that has stood the test of time much better than other titles in its genre.
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