Today on Highlight Reel we have No Man’s Sky NEXT clips, impressive Battlefield maneuvers and much more!
Ghost Recon Wildlands’ new Rainbow Six Siege cross-over mission is now live in the game as part of this week’s free Special Operation 2 update. In “Operation Archangel,” more extra-judicial, paramilitary stuff goes down in Bolivia as you assist Twitch and Valkyrie in finding a missing operator.
Earlier this year, Ubisoft said it would be implementing stricter moderation in Rainbow Six Siege to find and sanction players using hate speech. Recently, players have started noticing an uptick in bans being issued and have been discussing it on the game’s subreddit. A few even took to Twitter to complain.
Operation Para Bellum is now live on PC and console and brings with it a new patch which, among other things, has removed the ability to throw grenades back at enemies. In addition to new operators, this update also adds the Villa map, a mafia safe house on a country estate that looks absolutely lovely.
Annemunition, a popular Twitch streamer with over 300,000 followers, was just trying to be a decent teammate and call shots in Rainbow Six Siege. Then, over voice chat, came the questions: “Are you a man or a female?” And the accusations: “You stole my fucking content. You’re shit at the game. Get out.”
Ubisoft’s personal gaming assistant, previously only available in Canada, is now out worldwide. Its name is Sam, a nod to Sam Fisher of Splinter Cell fame, although Michael Ironside doesn’t do the voice (sorry, Stephen). Embedded in the Ubisoft Club app, Sam sounds like any other AI that might reside on your phone,…
The trailer for Rainbow Six Siege’s upcoming Villa map has a delicious easter egg for fans of the Assassin’s Creed franchise.
The next season of Rainbow Six Siege will be Operation Para Bellum taking place in Italy, Ubisoft announced today. This confirms earlier leaks to that affect. The game is also getting a new Pick & Ban feature, an Echo buff, changes to dropshotting, and a new counter defuser animation, as well as an all new map.
QUOTE | “Simply being aware that they are available for purchase reduces the immersion in the world and takes away from the challenge of building your personal army and your fortresses.” - Monolith Productions acknowledges that the impact loot boxes had on Shadow of War in a blog post announcing their removal from the…
Twitch reflexes and impeccable aim are important in Rainbow Six Siege, but so is being incredibly patient and choosing the right moment to strike.
Toxic interactions have long been a problem in Rainbow Six Siege. As the game has grown in popularity, so has the amount of trolling and harassment. As part of an ongoing effort to try to clean up this aspect of the game, today Ubisoft laid out some new changes coming to the game in year three.
Rainbow Six Siege’s latest update arrived today. Currently live on PC and coming to consoles later this week, Patch Y3S1.1's most notable contribution is fixing the issue where equipped skins would reset after getting disconnected. The glitch making some players occasionally go invisible is also no more.
Today on Highlight Reel we have Jojo references, PUBG pans, Fortnite rocket snipes and much more!
Today on Highlight Reel we have Rainbow Six nightmares, touch of death combos, stab trains, and much more!
When Rainbow Six: Siege first launched in 2015 I had no idea that it would eventually ask me to fight alien zombies in New Mexico. But here we are, three years later, with a beefy free update that adds a great new game mode, as well as more weapons, characters, skins and balance tweaks.
Starting this week, Ubisoft plans to issue permanent bans for Rainbow Six Siege’s most toxic players, according to a recent announcement on the game’s subreddit.
The 2018 Rainbow Six: Siege Invitational came to a close today, with Evil Geniuses and Penta Sports vying for the title of world champion. EG got off to an early 2-0 lead, but a resilient Penta turned the tables, going back and forth until the teams found themselves in the final rounds of overtime.
Finka and Lion will be the next two operators joining the Rainbow Six: Siege roster, as part of the game’s third year of post-launch support. The two biohazard specialists will bring some chemicals and tech to the game alongside the Operation Chimera update on March 6.