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E3: The Surge 2 gets a new trailer

The Xbox E3 briefing gave us loads of new trailers yesterday. Well, the new episode of Inside Xbox is keeping it going by bringing us even more. The latest video that Xbox is bringing us is for The Surge 2. The sequel to 2017’s action RPG, The Surge, the game takes us back to the dystopian future as you fight and survive to uncover the truth behind the disaster that changed the world. You can check out the great new trailer and the official description for the game below –

The Surge 2 will continue Deck13 and Focus Home Interactive’s excellent Action-RPG series on Xbox One. In a brand new, gorgeous cinematic trailer featuring The Day Is My Enemy by The Prodigy, get a glimpse of all the new features, stories, and enemies coming in this violent sci-fi sequel.
Inside the high walls of Jericho city, trapped in a technological apocalypse that threatens to consume everyone within, our hero fights to survive and uncover the truth of the disaster. Cult members hopped up on drugs, nanomachines, looters, and security forces will try to stop you wherever you go while a mysterious girl leads you to parts unknown.
This plays out on a backdrop of a world on the brink of simultaneous total collapse and technological ascendency. Self-evolving nanobeasts crush buildings with swipes of their massive claws while the downtrodden, infatuated with machines through malfunctioning implants and rising religion, roam the streets in packs. The rich and wealthy exist above it all, while hunters try to capture their valuable nano-prey and what remains of the military maintains a flimsy order.
This is the world of The Surge 2. Are you ready?

Are you a fan of The Surge? Will you be looking to pick up The Surge 2? Share your thoughts in the comments section below

Steve Clist
Joint Editor-in-Chief at our sister site XboxEnthusiast, Steve also has a serious love for Nintendo. His first console was an N64 and it was love at first sight. He may specialise in racing games but will give anything a shot. He's also a serious guitar player and musician. Basically, Steve rocks. Need we say more?

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