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- The Rules of Siege: Five versus Five. Infiltrate versus Fortify. Team-based strategy meets intense, tactical combat.
- World's Elite Counter-Terrorist Operators: Choose your Operator. Wield their power. Unique abilities allow you to Attack or Defend your way.
- Singleplayer, Multiplayer, or Co-op: Terrorist Hunt is back! Stop the White Masks terrorist threat alone or with friends.
- Upgrade to Gold Edition: Includes game and Season Pass, which gives all fans and newcomers an extended Rainbow Six Siege experience.
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Introducing the world's most elite Counter-Terrorist Operators. Choose your Operator and wield their unique ability to breach or defend the objective as a part of an elite team.
Attack and Defend
The Rules of Siege are simple. Five versus Five. Attack versus Defend. Infiltrate versus Fortify. Team-based strategy meets intense, tactical combat.
Destruction As A Tool
Shatter windows, destroy floors and breach walls. Let nothing stand in your way to victory. Mastering the tactical use of destruction is the key to victory.
There's No Escape
With tight spaces shaping all combat arenas, tense encounters and up-close-and-personal firefights abound within every Siege.
With only one life, every move counts. Watch out for each other. Each match is a high-stakes fight, die and you’re out: no respawn till the next round.
Rainbow Six Siege is an intense, new approach to the first-person shooter experience. Choose from a variety of unique Counter-Terrorist Operators and master their abilities as you lead your team through tense, thrilling, and destructive team-based combat.
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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.
Good game though. Gameplay is very very good!