For more details, stay with us in the next few weeks and don't forget that Bethesda's E3 2018 presser is airing on June 10 - 6:30 pm PT. Noticeably absent from the tweet was a denial of the sequel's existence.
First, the Bethesda Twitter account posted an image of London's Big Ben which in itself isn't too peculiar, but what stood out was the big pink smear across the clock face, the same pink which matches that used in the initial image poking fun at Walmart.
Then came a tweet posted at 5:14 p.m. ET, depicting a rocket firing toward the sky and billows of pink smoke emanating from the bottom, with "5-14" branded on its side.
Likewise, the third image highlights what looks like Sukiyabashi Crossing in Japan covered in pink highlights.
The two most recent tweets on Friday depicted two Rage cosplayers among members of the public.
For now, all anyone can do is guess and wait for the next bread crumb to drop.
Bethesda's sister company Zenimax Online has had success with Elder Scrolls Online, and id Software has been tweaking its service-based approach with Quake Champions, so it's possible the tease could point towards a global-based RAGE 2 with wider online modes and interactivity. For all we know, Bethesda might be pulling off an elaborate prank just to get back at Walmart Canada's freaky listing.