In Rainbow Six Siege, you’re never completely safe. Case in point: in this GIF by uhmsay, an enemy is hunkered down with the (reviled by many) riot shield and heavy armor in a difficult-to-breach room. And yet, their death is still swift and brutal. The lesson? When in doubt, reinforce the floor.
Cheaters are the bane of multiplayer games’ existence. Regrettably, however, some games go easier on them than others. For a while, Rainbow Six Siege was one of those games.
Rainbow Six Siege is a tactical team-based shooter where lone wolf tactics are often punishable by swift, well-deserved death. But what happens when all your teammates leave a match and you have no choice but to go it alone? For most, it’s certain doom. For one player, it was an opportunity.
Rainbow Six Siege just got a big update. 1.2 is not meant to fix all top issues, but it does improve hit registration (again), server tick rate, and matchmaking. Basically, if the game pissed you off with server issues or lopsided matchmaking (hi, that’s me), it might be time to give it another shot.
Rainbow Six Siege got its first big update. Hit registration is better. There’s also an auto-kick feature for team killers and an HD graphics pack for PC players. More divisive, meanwhile, are HUD changes that make casual and ranked modes similar. Ubi plans to add a third, less forgiving mode, Hardcore, next year.
Meet the person that has guns for hands and likes to clean trapped in Rainbow Six Siege. PC Gamer associate editor James Davenport decided to try and be a (peaceful) cleaner in Rainbow Six Siege. The resulting faux-interview with his character, Cleany Gunhands, is comedy gold.
In Rainbow Six Siege, the attacking team controls drones in addition to human operatives. But really, why use wimpy old human meatbags at all?
Rainbow Six Siege is out. As in, right now. I know, I was surprised too. But it’s actually a solid team-based shooter, and the ability to blow through walls and floors is a game-changer.
The new Rainbow Six is out. It’s supposedly equal parts destructive and tactical. Let’s find out if it’s any good.
Ubisoft has opened the doors to another Rainbow Six Siegebeta and if you’ve been fortunate to get ahold of one of the keys the publisher has been throwing around then you’ve access from now until Monday, September 28th.
Ubisoft has delayed Rainbow Six: Siege from October 13 to December 1, citing player feedback as the biggest reason the team needs a few more weeks to polish the game up. The upcoming closed beta will still kick off on September 24, however.
Ubisoft has revealed actress Angela Bassett will star in Rainbow Six Siege, and they’ve unveiled the unsettling villains known as the White Masks. There will be a beta on September 24, too.
Rainbow Six: Siege is coming on October 13, 2015, Ubisoft announced today at Microsoft’s E3 press conference. It’ll include copies of Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2 on Xbox One.
Rainbow Six Siege—the newest entry in the Tom Clancy-branded tactical action series—comes out on October 13 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
It's always fun to see how trends wax and wane in video games. Almost every shooter that's come out in the past decade, for instance, has had to acknowledge the meteoric rise of Call of Duty and the fast-paced, twitchy sort of competitive gameplay it's popularized. Now, that influence seems to be slowly fading.
Just another bland, brown shooter, right?
Well, I didn't see this one coming. Ubisoft just announced that Rainbow Six is officially coming back from the dead with a new game called Rainbow Six: Siege. Here's the debut trailer:
In case you couldn't tell between the departures and delays, Ubisoft's next Rainbow Six game has been in the development doghouse for years now. Something Ubisoft is only just getting around to publicly acknowledging.
If you'd asked me in 1998 to look fifteen years in the future and guess who the the most enduring names in video games would be, I might've listed the usual suspects: Sid Meier, Tim Schafer, Will Wright, Shigeru Miyamoto and maybe a few others. I probably wouldn't have included Tom Clancy.
A video game that hasn't even been released is said to be the inspiration for a group of soldiers charged with murder and accused of plotting terrorist acts, including the assassination of the president.