Bethesda is giving Aussies a chance to get a free Rage 2 tattoo

Bethesda has teamed up with renowned Sydney tattoo Studio, Hunter and Fox Tattoo to give Rage 2 fans (or tattoo fans) the chance to walk away with a free Rage 2 tattoo. As we all know, there’s no such thing as a free lunch though and with the Rage 2 tattoos, there’s a catch.

Those lucky enough to get the tattoos, won’t be able to choose which one they get. Instead, one of 15 unique designs will be selected for them. Hence the hashtag #noRAGEgrets.

Don’t panic though, each of the tattoos has been designed by Hunter and Fox tattooists Lauren Winzer and Heath Nock. The designs are all in the neo-traditional style and are inspired by Rage 2

Rage 2 Tattoo – #noRAGEgrets

Winzer and Nock are married and together run Hunter and Fox Tattoo. They are also semi-celebrities in the tattooing world. In an interview with the two in Broadsheet, Nock explains how Winzer has tattooed Miley Cyrus and Chris Hemsworth. 

Lauren’s done Miley a few times, Chris Hemsworth – a lot of people in Miley’s circle

In fact, Cyrus is such a big fan of Winzer’s work that the pop-star has flown the couple to the US on multiple occasions to attend parties she’s hosting. 

With credentials like Winzer and Nock’s, you know you’re in good hands. 

In addition to giving people free Rage 2 inspired tattoos, Bethesda will livestream content creators and Bethesda staff getting their tattoos and those watching will be able to vote for the tattoo each participant will receive.

You can get more information about the #noRAGEgrets event on Facebook

Ever dreamed of having a spontaneous tattoo? RAGE 2 is exploding this fantasy into a thrilling (yet mildly painful) and FREE reality. Join Bethesda at Hunter & Fox on the 11th of May to be the people’s champion you’ve always aspired to be, or come down to hold your more adventurous friend’s hand.

The stream will commence at 10 am AEST on Friday, May 10, 2019. The public event will take place on Saturday, May 11 between 10 am and 4 pm.

Rage 2 will be available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on May 14, 2019.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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