Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is the latest entry in a tried and tested Rainbow Six franchise. A team-based asymmetrical first person shooter at its core, Siege tosses the players into brief but intense objective-focused matches. With a total of 26 Operator classes, fully destructible surroundings and deadly, no-respawn combat, a session of Rainbow Six Siege is an intense and tactical experience.
Class-based game Rainbow Six Siege offers it players a number of options both before and during a match. Take your pick of 26 Operator classes split evenly between attacking and defending team, each equipped with unique abilities and items. From wall-crushing Sledge and shield-bearing Montagne on the attacking team to enemy-detecting Pulse and Castle fortifying the walls as defenders, there are enough classes to find your own niche.
Improve your performance with a selection of weapon upgrades: scopes, grips, sights and more. Rainbow Six Siege - tactical gameplay All decisions matter. Rainbow Six Siege gameplay includes a preparation phase for a reason.
Plan your approach and bolster your defenses to stay alive and complete your objectives. Use class abilities and surroundings to your advantage. Use drones and RC vehicles to scout for your enemies, map out your approach and see the plan coming together.
There are no respawns during Rainbow Six Siege matches, so be careful and try to keep your teammates alive. Play with destruction Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege PC has a physics engine designed to let you use the surroundings to your advantage. Lay traps where enemies may pass, destroy walls to open new ways through the level or lift barricades to direct the flow of combat.
Blow holes in the floors to drop a cluster grenade or bust open the ceiling and see the enemies fall through. Destructible surroundings are yours to play with. Gain Renown as you play When you complete matches in any mode, you earn Renown, Rainbow Six Siege's in-game currency.
With it you can unlock new Operator classes for you to play with, new weapon upgrades or cosmetic items. Renown marks your skill and experience. When you gain enough to reach level 20, the world of ranked matches open up for you.
Six game modes There are three objective-based game modes: Hostage, Bomb, and Secure Area, each requiring a different approach. There is a five-player Terrorist hunt, pitching plyers as attackers or defenders against waves of enemies. For solo play there are 10+1 Situations, showcasing class mechanics in brief missions.
Finally for those seeking challenge, the Tactical Realism Mode removes most of the HUD-based class tricks and introduces realistic ammo management. Can you succeed?.
I had really big hopes for this game. Rainbow Six: Siege is just another moneymaker for Ubisoft. Don't get me wrong, RS6 is a very solid and good game, but the whole Operatives thing is just destroying it! I wanted to see character and load-out customisation like in RS: Vegas 2, but better. I wanted to see a tactical experience like in SWAT4 or previous RS games, but with total destruction (pfft, even indi game DUE PROCESS did better in ALPHA). I'm upset. Played it for 10 hours and forgot about even buying it
An excellent and innovative breath of fresh air. The more I play, the more I like. I hope this is new role model for shooters to come. [Jan 2016]
I've been playing R6S for 3 weeks. I've found this game very refreshing the FPS genre. Destroyable environment like no other and useful "classes" makes this game very tactic-focused. Gun gameplay is extremely satisfying with a moderate number of guns in the game. I always have a hard time to decide which class to use because there are quite a few. And also in terms of maps I am satisfied, of course there could be a larger number of maps but for now it's good especially that some of those are pretty large and it's a must to know each of those very good for the ease of describing locations on voice chat.
There is a quite large number of negatives, like matchmaking times, loading screens in between rounds, disconnection from servers (even during ranked matches!). Weird "deaf kills" that only on kill cams they look proper, sometimes really bad hit detection, not enough customizations and rewards in game. Occasional fps drops from stable 90 to 20-30fps...
I was gonna give it 7 because of overall bugs (some of those are being fixed with first patch ex. ultra texture pack), however there is no better feeling than playing with your friends with teamspeak enabled, helping each other, scouting with the drones, setting tactics, preparing defenses, etc. I have not played game like this and I am looking forward. I found this game very satisfying. I advise to play it with friends, because lack of communication and teamkillers can easily break the game.
Multiplayer is the key word for this game, because you will gain nothing from Siege if you are looking for a single player experience.
Rainbow Six Siege delivers on its promise of tension, tactics and teamwork, but it might not be worth AU$70; there are bugs both big and small that need squashing, there's no server browser, and connection errors are too common. There's something else to consider, too: PC players have been abandoning multiplayer-only titles in record time this year.
Good game, all these zeros are way to low. Hit detection really isn't that bad, kill cams are just bugged. They don't show exactly where the person aimed. Watch if you get final kill, it will be off. Match making is slow sometimes but not as bad as beta, I always find a game. Great FPS with destruction. TTK is kind of weird but it's good fun. Takes some adjusting from say battlefield
Rainbow Six Siege‘s core concept, namely its destructible world and reliance on communication-based strategy, is strong, but everything surrounding it seems to falter.
My time with Siege leaves me feeling like this Rainbow Six revival is a skeleton with not a lot of meat on its bones.
Rainbow Six Siege is an accessible and deeply satisfying shooter that rewards planning and teamwork over a quick trigger finger.
Although the single-player side of the game is weak, Rainbow Six: Siege's multiplayer modes are a huge amount of fun. Tense, thoughtful, and tactical, they play very differently to most run-and-gun shooters. While the game's content does feel a little slim at launch, there's no denying it's highly enjoyable to play - especially when you have a team of players working together.
Finally FPS which requires usage of brain unlike some retarded CoD or one of the million CoD clones.
Awesome maps, destructible environment, great weapons, unlocks etc. GOTY material.
After playing both betas and experiencing crippling matchmaking problems I decided to avoid it at launch but when I was able to play I enjoyed one of the most fun and action packed shooters ever. Attackers try and locate a container by scaling the building breaking through barriers and precise plan breaches. The defenders have to barricade the premises, set traps and shields to stop the attackers at all costs. Each class has a unique ability and a set pool of weapons each ability is used greatly to benefit the team whether its setting up bulletproof stronger shields and electronic heart monitors to breaching hammers and jammers. The terrorist hunt is back, the classic rainbow six mode is here you have to take a defuser and disarm 2 bombs with lots of respawning terrorists. So in conclusion rainbow six siege is a fantastic shooter and is a must buy for any tactical shooter fan