In a new dev diary, Ubisoft Montreal outlined changes for Rainbow Six: Siege’s second year. Alongside plans to revamp the roster of operators, competitive leagues will be restructured and cash-free loot provided to all players.
The tactical, tough team-based shooter Rainbow Six Siege has picked up a lot of traction in the past six months. That’s been possible thanks to the release of new maps, new character releases, updates and bug fixes, turning one of Ubisoft’s more low-key releases of the past year into one of the best shooters out…
See the scary-looking image on top of the new article published on the website of libertarian politician Ron Paul? It’s not a real picture, nor is it based on a real picture: He got it from a Ubisoft game.
One player watches and coordinates. A second one distracts the enemy team and a third one takes down all of them.
Today on Highlight Reel we have vanishing boats, tomb heaven, hostage rescue strategies, musical tributes, and much more!
Today on Highlight Reel we have parachutes, 1 player comebacks, rocket vespas, game physics gone wrong, and much more!
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.
A whole round of Rainbow Six environmental destruction with LEGO counter-terrorist operators, made by YouTubers Blacksheep Pictures.
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.
Lately I’ve been playing a lot of Rainbow Six Siege. It’s really good, but I’m not feeling very optimistic about its long-term prospects.
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.
Today on Highlight Reel we have some impressive jumps, impossible tricks, cop escapes, clumsy dogs, good Rainbow Six bomb timing, and much more!
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.