First Mad Max trailer shows gameplay, car races, introspective music

Mad Max

By on July 16, 2013 at 8:29 am

Warner Bros. and Avalanche have released the first gameplay trailer for the upcoming open-world racing, punching and explosion simulator Mad Max (which, in case you missed it, is now confirmed to have a proper Aussie accent).

In it we get a good look at Max, as well as shots of combat, racing, climbing and of course plenty of explosions. It’s a neat little trailer and seems to have captured the atmosphere quite well (minus the mullets, of course).

Check out the video below.

We had the chance to go hands-on with the game at E3 last month. Check out our thoughts here.

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Looks to me that they’ve captures the clothes and cars from the movies, environments too, which is good. Here’s hoping it turns into a decent game too.

 

Max’s lips still don’t match the rest of his face. He has soft supple pouty feminine lips.

I don’t think there’d be a post-apocalyptical glut of Blistex.

 

Infinitely better version of ‘Soul of a Man’ by Ramblin’ Jack Elliot:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1HgPQ-dqiM

 

“Gameplay trailer”? Really now? That was an in engine cutscenes trailer with about five seconds of heavily edited gameplay, at best.

 

This will be awesome if it turned out like a mix of old school interstate 76′ mixed with fallout

 
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