EA and id first announced a publishing partnership for Rage during E3 2008, but much has changed since that event, including id being acquired by Bethesda Softworks parent company ZeniMax Media. When the transaction was announced in June of this year, ZeniMax indicated that purchase would not affect games slated for release through other publishers. Now in a brief press release issued this morning, the company has announced that they have acquired the publishing rights for Rage, and EA would no longer be involved.
Kotaku · Mike Fahey
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