Mad Max “Gameplay” Trailer Surfaces, Doesn’t Include Gameplay

It doesn’t take a lot to get gamers excited about a game, but I’d be lying if I said that Mad Max was interesting as a videogame license, especially with the likes of Fallout and STALKER to contend with. However, mention the fact that Just Cause 2 developer Avalanche Studios is working on said title and gamers might just change their minds.

Cue Mad Max, an Avalanche Studios-developed title that’s seen the release of its first ever “gameplay” trailer today. Judging from the looks of the trailer, it might as well be called Just Cause 3: Post-Apocalyptic Edition.

Calling it a real gameplay trailer might be a bit of a stretch, as most of the footage appears to be cinematic in nature, despite running within the game’s engine—but for the game’s sake, I hope that it’s representative of the actual game.

In the meantime, check out our preview of Mad Max from E3.

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