I'm trying to find the entrance to the Ark sewers. To finish cleaning up the set of three sewers so I can finish that job.
You might have stayed safe, but the world isn't! Our Rage Walkthrough shows you how to win races, craft from junk, and survive the wasteland.
Driving and Racing
You won't be spending all the time on foot. A big part of Rage is driving around the desolate canyons. You'll only begin with a fragile ATV, but will soon gain new vehicles to catch a ride. All of your cars have a built in thruster to help speed up travel. Use this often, but let the booster recharge when it gets low. Keep your vehicles maintained by repairing damage, improving tires, tuning suspension, and replacing the engine at a mechanic. Your buggies start unarmed, but within Wellspring you can purchase machineguns and rocket launchers. These weapons will not only help you takeout bandits, but make your car eligible for competition.
Outside of selling salvaged junk, racing is one of the quickest means of gathering funds. You can take part in time trials, standard races, combat races, and checkpoint rallies. During armed races you'll want to balance out both agile speed and deadly aggression. If you're behind an opponent let loose with rockets or bullet fire to take them off the course. When in the lead, place mines behind yourself and put up your shield to absorb incoming damage. You have limited armor repairs, so hold off on using them until the final lap. Nothing is more shameful than taking silver because you were too busy exploding. Keep up the boosters and you should be grabbing gold with little effort.
Money Making Game
If driving isn't your thing, you can also earn money by gambling. Within Wellspring, locals like to play Sheriff, a dice based game. Roll four shots on your first turn to get 10 times what you put down; if you manage four shots by your second turn you'll get 4 times your bet; at four shots on your third turn you'll break even. If you roll three or less, you lose.
Another more strategic form of wagering is a game of battle cards. Each card has an attack and health value, as well as a specific attack or defense type. Melee cards can only hit the cards directly across from them. Ranged cards can freely pick which card they attack. That is unless there is a vehicle on the field, which absorbs all ranged fire. Healers can restore lost life or repair vehicles. Other cards include consumables that deplete after one use, but might damage all opposing cards.
Some tactics include getting your healer in front of a ranged attacker while placing a vehicle in a different slot. This way, you have a beefed up tank without fear of your healer taking damage. Be mindful of a cards point value, as this determines the size of your deck. Sometimes going in with an army of weak cards can topple a small deck of strong cards. Always consider rearranging your deck to help ensure your cash flow.
I would like to just say a big thank to Jonnybadde. I really appreciated u telling me that. I had to look up 2 other walkthrus to find that out too. lol cheers. I always seem to have difficulty locating the way out after a mission cause I tend to think u gotta go back the way u came. lol :) again many thanks
I have been down into well to stop the ghosts and I have finished it all - no more enemies but can't get out and what is more I can't find the piece in this walkthrough that relates to it. Is it just not here? Can anyone help me? Pretty please. xx
I defeated the mutant in the hospital and picked up all the items on my way out including the defib upgrade, but when i get to the end i can't exit to the wasteland. Did i miss something?
I bought this game thinking it was a FPS with elements of an RPG thrown in. After getting to Wellsprings and finding out I'm FORCED to compete in races to advance further in the game just sucks. It wouldn't be so bad (I generally like driveable vehicles in games) but the controls are so horrible and squirrely it's becoming a game-killer. Just another item to add to a growing list of "features" about this game I intensely dislike.
I agree completely. The entire keyboard/mouse interface for this game SUCKS! This almost feels like GTA 3. The controls for driving are so terrible in this game that Carmack should have added a DUI bonus!!
What happened to downloadable PDF guides? I just bought into a year subscription to GS largely for those and now I find new ones are only online? How useful is a video walkthrough really? I mean if I want to search for some issue say, 3 hours into a game just how do I search a video for the info I need? Come on guys. If it ain't broke, please don't fix it. Just do what you already did well. I consider the advertising in the sign up marketing which touts downloadable game guides as somewhat misleading now if you aren't doing them anymore.
Where do I find the Desert Spore? You need this to craft a permanent health boost. I'm sure I've walked by it a million times. A little clue please?
@riyec1 @race1221 I was having the same problem,I could not find that resistance place to save my lifel thanks for the help.
Ritec1.......you probably got it by now, but just in case.......Marshall and the Resistance HQ is where you first met him apon arriving in Subway Town. From inside Subway Town, go to the garage and take the hidden elevator (that you came up on when you first got there) that's disguised as a car lift......next to the door to your garage.
I have done everything it asked up to it is now asking me to meet up with Marshall at the Resistance HQ and I can't find the place in Subway Town is it somewhere else!!?
In the Subway town how do I find the Resistance Headquarters? I have looked everywhere and no luck, is there something I should have done?
kanga001 , on the defib upgrade 'boss' outside the hospital, you have to watch for him as he is right about to do his little laser aiming thingie and fire a missile right toward the spot where his stomach will be exposed as he launches the attack. when you hit, and it has to be timed quickly its only exposed for a second or so, so you have to fire before its exposed, manual aim, then he comes forward and you dodge his spaz episode about 3 times then his brain becomes exposed for a few seconds. it's a pattern until he speeds up a little and then dies. you can still rush and pick up four more rockets as he is dying also if you've expended them already.
I am stuck on the hospital boss you are supposed to gank with the rocket launcher. This guy is whipping my butt to pieces! Cant see that part of the game (defribulator upgrade) in the vids, or I missed it. Any info appreciated. Thanks.
I want to watch these but I don't want to spoil anything until I get my hands on Rage. Quite the conundrum.
Got stuck in a stupid place and the video helped perfectly - could have easily been missed by a written walkthrough. Thanks.
The first version of the Rage guide is here. It's just the first section so far, so stay tuned for updates.