Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege - PC
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- Jump into the latest expansion, Operation Phantom Sight, and play as the two new operators, Nokk and Warden.
- Command an arsenal of gadgets to secure the win: Set traps, fly drones, track footsteps, see through walls, and more!
- Lead your teammates to victory in intense, fast-paced PVP matches across a wide variety of destructible arenas.
- Join a massive online community of over 45 million players as you fight for supremacy.
- An ever-expanding universe of Operators, gadgets, items, and events – updated all year long.
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Explosive 5v5 Gameplay
Dive into fierce high stakes competition and thrilling PVP team battles.
Perfect Your Strategy
Limitless opportunities to perfect your strategy and help lead your team to victory.
Join Over 55 Million Players
Compete against others from around the world in ranked match play.
Each new season brings brand new content, game-changing Operators and abilities, in-game events, weapons, and maps.
Squad up and breach in to explosive 5v5 PVP action. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege features a huge roster of specialized operators, each with game-changing gadgets to help you lead your team to victory.
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We all know by now that the game does not have a true single player mode, but honestly that isn't a bad thing. The team wanted to focus on making the multiplayer aspect of the game as involved and engrossing as possible and they succeeded by and large.
The game is extremely straight forward. The counter-terrorists (CTs) are tasked with defending various predetermined areas in a location/map. The Terrorists (Ts) are tasked with either killing all of the CTs or planting a bomb at one of the predetermined locations - ala Counter-Strike. The game gives you limitless possibilities on how to defend or attack thanks to several factors:
1) The special abilities associated with the "agent" you pick
2) Being able to blow open doors, walls, windows, and floors to make your own paths
3) Breaking small "peep-holes" in to almost any wall to give you a visual vantage point to further your agenda
As I mentioned previously you can pick special "agents" that have special equipment or abilities. You start off the game with no agents unlocked, but as you play the game you earn money to quickly unlock them. You can also use this money to customize your load-outs for these characters by purchasing gun attachments, like a scope or silencer.
Overall I would give Rainbow Six a solid 8.5/10. The reason it didn't score higher is because the game can be arguably considered "Incomplete" compared to other FPS games that cost $60 and have single player and more modes.
>You'll have better FPS than the xbox one version,that's for sure.
>Slowpaced,tactical,addictive. It's like playing counterstrike.
>A really good destruction system.
>Good sound design: Doesn't hurt my ears so much while wearing headphones.
>No native steam controller support. (Certain problems occur with certain control settings. Joystick stops working while holding down mic key,etc.)
>Pretty demanding specs if you want to turn off "temporal filtering" (Provides an FPS boost by rendering the game at half the resolution,then using multi-frame antialiasing to get rid of jaggies. Tends to blur mid-range surface textures.)
>Uplay (It's harder to add someone to your friends list than it is on the xbox one)
>Netcode: Peekers will see you a second before you see them.
>Hitscan guns (Not a real problem,but some people prefer actual projectiles.)
>This is not a single player game.
The game is purly objective based: Find and disarm a bomb, find and extract the hostage, find and secure a biohazard container. In addition there is a coop vs. AI mode of "Terrorist Hunt". Which is identical to the previously mentioned game modes except that you play with your team against a horde of AI. Overall this is a interesting game that provides a breath of fresh air to the genre, however, it does come with its problems in terms of setup and in game glitches, especially for some.
By far the most endearing features are the destructible environment, and the sound system. Using a surround sound headset in this game gives you cheater like advantages. Footfalls are accurate in every direction, and the heavier your armor, the louder you are providing the wary defender with your location if you are sprinting across the map. This plays into the destructible environment as you can often hear someone before you can see them. I have gotten kills when I could hear someone behind me through a wall and shot through the wall to kill them in a perfectly legitimate fashion.
Bottom line: if you are looking for a new tatical shooter because you are bored with the constant grind of CSGO, this will provide an excellent outlet for you. If you are looking for another call of duty, look elsewhere because this game forces teamwork and communication on you. Without it, you will lose almost everytime. It is nearly impossible to rambo an entire team in this game due to the mechanics.