Have a look at the outcome of Bethesda’s #noRAGEgrets free tattoo day

To promote Rage 2 in Australia, Bethesda teamed up with Hunter and the Fox Tattoo Studio to give away free tattoos.

The catch was that those getting tattooed couldn’t choose which tattoo they got. However, thanks to the designs, most of the tats were pretty great. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to connect the tattoos and Rage 2 unless you what they were.

Each of the designs was inspired by Rage 2 and fans were able to line-up in the hopes of getting one.

Rage 2 Tattoos

On the day of the event, six tattooists dished out the tats, one after another while those not brave enough for the permanent version could get a temporary tattoo instead.

Aaron Mills, from Melbourne, drove to Sydney to get his first ever tattoo at the event. Mills had #noRAGEgrets and said it was a “memorable and exciting event, making the long drive 100% worth it.”

He added that “The whole experience was incredible. The tattoo? Amazing!” The event was livestramed on May 10 and saw thousands of viewers tune in to see streamers and the Bethesda Community team get their own tattoos.

You can check out photos from the event in the gallery above and watch a wrap-up video below.

Rage 2 is available now.

Leo Stevenson
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