The Tom Clancys Rainbow Six Siege Year 3 Pass for PS4 is now available for a series of unlockings and benefits in Ubisoft's tactical action game. We will have access to new operators, new maps, a complete map modification and reworking and a special event for Rainbow Six Siege. This new Season Pass corresponds to the third year of the game's launch, out of a total of 4 season passes, with which we will enjoy 8 new operators, 2 new maps established in Morocco and Italy, and a map re-done with a new level of design and art style.
The third year of post-launch content begins with two new operators and the Outbreak event, grouped under the name of Operation Chimera. The first two new operators are specialists in biological risks, playable in the multiplayer event and the cooperative outbreak event. Remember that to access all this new content you need to have the base game installed in your Uplay or Steam account, depending on the version of the game you have.
Also, remember that this product does not include the base set and must be purchased separately.
Stakes and tensions run high whether playing solo or in a group, but the game truly shines when you’re working with a coherent team, so pick this game up and find one.
Despite including several different game types and modes, Ubisoft clearly designed Rainbow Six Siege with a very specific kind of player in mind. If you have an abundance of patience, fortitude, and maybe a few gamer friends you can wrangle up, Siege could be just the tactical shooter experience you’re looking for. If you’re looking for a fun game you can kick back with and enjoy in a more casual way, you might want to look elsewhere.
Despite its flaws, Rainbow Six: Siege has emerged as one of the strongest FPS titles of the year.
The gameplay is solid as a rock; super intense, exciting and porn for the tactical shooter fan. But the game quickly loses its power when you stray among the other game modes, which are limited and lacking good AI. This is what they call: too little content for too much money. [Dec. 2015, p.054]
Rainbow Six: Siege delivers on what it promised to be: a well-made, multiplayer-focused, team shooter. To criticize it for not having a stronger single player experience is accusing it of a pretense it never made, and consumers will decide whether the product has broad enough appeal to warrant its price.
Rainbow Six Siege is a good FPS at its gameplay core thanks to good level design, but the lack of content and imprecise controls makes it a completely forgettable game.
Tactical action with potential -or one great game mode- but at the cost of the full game these are the two faces of the new Rainbow Six. [Issue #259]
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