Rage online pass locks out singleplayer content

The increasingly popular online pass – which typically requires second-hand buyers to cough up an extra fee for online multiplayer – is being used by Rage developer Id Software to restrict access to singleplayer content. Dotted throughout the gameworld are sewer hatches, which are only accessible to those who bought the game new. “Those hatches are all over,” creative director Tim Willits told Eurogamer. “Most people never find them…It’s outside the main path. We’re not detracting from anything.”