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Old 06-09-2014, 07:30 PM   #51
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Finally,I'm f'n excited!!

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I f**king love Rainbow Six.

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Old 06-09-2014, 07:42 PM   #53
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This is the second game this year to re-brand it's self name wise, The only difference one had it's birth day just recently. This hadn't even been out yet. but I'm happy it is finally coming out.

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new detail like it being 5 vs 5 and heading back to it's Roots, it's first person only for this installment and more in this video interview

Reinventing Rainbow Six
Rainbow Six: Siege aims to reinvent the series with completely new gameplay features, so Marissa tracks down game designer Andrew Witts to learn more.


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Rainbow Six Siege was our favorite game at E3. The promise of a Rainbow reboot centered around competitive multiplayer and high-fidelity destruction captured our tactical imaginations, but Ubisoft’s narrow, one-level demo left us with a ton of unanswered questions. How does destruction work? Would it be moddable? Can hostages move on their own? What form will co-op take?



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Old 07-16-2014, 06:22 PM   #55
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Latest Rainbow Six: Siege trailer nearly blows the roof off


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Ostensibly a showcase for E3 hype, this Rainbow Six: Siege trailer depicts all the neat ways in which police can wreck a suburban home in the pursuit of truth, justice and a few more points on the multiplayer leaderboards. [Image: Ubisoft]... Continue Reading


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Rainbow Six Siege gameplay video shows two full multiplayer matches

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Rainbow Six Siege looked incredible at E3—good enough to be our favorite game of the show. Awkwardly, though, the footage that Ubisoft had released of the game was pretty choreographed to showcase mechanics and features. That was the case until yesterday, when Ubisoft livestreamed two matches of Rainbow Six Siege—the same demo I played at E3. It was the first live, public demonstration of the multiplayer shooter.




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Old 12-04-2014, 06:41 PM   #56
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Ubisoft will hold a PC-only closed alpha test for Rainbow Six Siege, the publisher announced.
Of course, the alpha will contain but a small sample of the full game, with the goal being to gather feedback from the community, and test the game’s stability and online infrastructures.
A release date for the alpha has not been set, but a FAQ including system requirements is available at the game’s official website.
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Ubisoft has released a new gameplay trailer and screenshots for Rainbow Six Siege introducing the game’s “Operator” system.
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Additionally, Ubisoft announced that pre-orders for the game will guarantee access to the closed beta across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Ubisoft will be live streaming gameplay from the ongoing PC closed alpha on Twitch at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST today.
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Old 03-30-2015, 01:16 PM   #59
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This is my number one most anticipated game. The daddy of FPS for me. Looks very different from Vegas and more like Counter Strike GO, which is awesome so not a bad thing.

More tactical type shooting needed so hopefully this will live up to the wait. Loving the look of the levels, especially the plane level.

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Old 03-30-2015, 01:24 PM   #60
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One of the staff at the game informer articles comment said this .

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That's not true Nighthawk. They have told us there is a single-player component. We just don't know anything about it at this juncture.

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Old 03-30-2015, 01:27 PM   #61
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I just hope there is co-op terrorist hunts included more than anything else.

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Old 03-30-2015, 01:31 PM   #62
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They had it in the Vegas & the splinter cell games prior.

So I don 't see them dropping it n ow we'll see. if it's in this as well

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Rainbow Six Siege alpha is a brilliant skeleton of a game

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My ears are ringing and every noise I hear is deep and bassy. A dust cloud from a hole in the wall conceals everything in front of me, but as it dissipates there’s a flash of gunfire, then a response from an ally standing next to me. Another explosion, this time from the barricade, heaps chaos on top of chaos. A man starts to sing in French and another swears in English.
The wall-demolishing vandal is dead, but his cohorts pour through a door, stepping on the splinters and wooden planks that were once our barricade. More gunfire, lighting up the room, piercing the smoke, and then… victory. The Frenchman is singing again. Yes, I think to myself, sing it. It was my first Rainbow Six Siege victory, and it felt great.
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It’s useless, trying to guess what state a game will be in when the developers say it’s in alpha or beta. I’ve played alphas where the game hardly exists, and betas where the game is nearly indistinguishable from the finished product. In Siege’s case, alpha means very early on, but still completely playable.

Alpha players can fight across two maps, a large suburban house and a stationary plane, in one mode, Hostage, and you just get flung into matches. With lots of missing textures, wall clipping and barely any settings options, the game feels very rough. And it makes an odd first impression.
I wanted to play with Rob, but that was immediately out. When you select multiplayer, you’re immediately flung into the first available match, with no option to join as a group. Siege will be a game that you’ll want to play with people you know – it’s all about communication and teamwork. But that’s not possible yet. Instead, communication is forced between strangers by an ever-present voice chat feature.
I didn’t realise the voice chat was on until I heard someone answering questions which I was directing to Rob over Skype. Someone in Rob’s game probably didn’t know this either, because when he joined the match, all he could hear was some streamer thanking his subscribers. My first moments in the game were baffling, with different conversations going on with my fellow players chatting away, but not to each other.

That Ubisoft is showing the game off so early is surprising, and my first impressions were that it was too early. Now I’m less sure about that, because the fundamentals, the game's bones, are here, and they’re looking good.
Hostage, the only mode available at the moment, pits two slightly asymmetrical teams against each other as they attempt to keep or take the titular prize: a very scared hostage. The defenders can hole up in one of several defensible locations – chosen at the start of the match – while the attackers can choose an entry point and then must locate and rescue the hostage.
Playing either side is a distinct experience. The attackers are infiltrating enemy territory, essentially. They have to carefully pick their route, actually search for the hostage – either at the start, with their adorable remote-controlled cameras, or during the match itself – employing stealth and perfectly timed breaches, sometimes from multiple locations.

For the defenders, they’re on their home turf. Before the match kicks off, they have time to fortify their position by boarding up windows and doors, setting traps and ambushes in the locations where they hope or expect the enemy to come through.
The tools that attackers and defenders employ are different, too. Different factions have different operatives, Siege’s classes, who have unique abilities, but during the alpha only two are available. There’s still a fair amount of diversity, though. The operatives have different weapons depending on their role, and then special items that define them. One operative, attacking, can lay down devastating breach charges, smashing through walls and floors, turning rooms into wooden splinters and plaster dust; on the defending team, he’s got an opposite, an operative that can plonk down a portable, metal barricade that can be moved and employed by the rest of the team.
Siege is undeniably a tactical game. Death comes swiftly, and when you’re dead, you’re not coming back (you can still watch the match from security cameras, if they haven't been destroyed, and shout warnings at chums) inspiring carefulness and planning. There’s not a lot of that at the moment, with everyone being new to the game and unwilling to use the voice chat for anything other than singing or letting everyone hear their private conversations. But on the occasions where a team gels, it’s glorious.

We’re infiltrating a house, searching for a hostage. I’ve been here before and I’ve got a pretty good idea of the layout and each of the places where the hostage could be. Rolling through the home with my wee camera on wheels, I head straight to the closest one: the laundry room. Jackpot!
We head inside, and I make a straight line for the laundry room in the basement via the backdoor. It’s undefended. The door to the laundry room itself, however, is not. It’s been boarded up, and thanks to the unfortunate, aforementioned clipping issue, I know there’s a chap with a rifle right behind it. My operative can tear down these types of barricades, but I’d be full of holes before I was finished. A bit of teamwork is called for.
I move back up the stairs slightly, and then fire, making a head-sized hole in the wood. This is followed by a flashbang flung by an ally. We turn around, it goes off, and the enemy fall over each other. We have enough time to smash the remaining boards and get through the door. At the same time, hearing the ruckus, another member of my team breaches the second door on the other side. Inside, it's nothing but grey smoke, muzzle flashes, and silhouettes dropping to the ground.

This has all taken a few seconds, and now there’s only one enemy left, crouching behind a stalwart metal barricade. He’s dug in. We can get him, but nobody really wants to die in the attempt right when we’re about to win. There’s a split-second break in the hail of bullets, and then an explosion from above and part of the ceiling ceases to exist. One of my team decides to take the final enemy out from above, dropping down and executing him swiftly.
These fast, intense encounters have been absolutely the best part of the alpha, but they’re not particularly evocative of the rest of the Rainbow Six series. Siege is fast-paced and explosive, where plans are formed on the fly. It’s still methodical, it’s not a game about rushing, but it does demand haste.
Cues, I think, have been taken from the likes of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, with players being pushed into engaging quicker, and Call of Duty, with its love of spectacle and explosions. Though comparisons between Siege and Call of Duty don’t go much further.

Despite its distance from the rest of the series, Siege could, I think, stand on its own. The destructible environments are genuinely brilliant, entirely changing how you have to look at a map, and the maps themselves are thoughtfully crafted and tactically interesting. The house is full open open spaces and kill zones with an intimidating number of potential paths and entry points, while the plane is a claustrophobic maze of blind corners, dead ends and choke points.
There’s a lot left for Ubisoft Montreal to show off, of course. More maps, modes and factions, a progression system, load outs – all important stuff that we don’t know much about. And with the game still being in alpha, it might be some time till we see big picture.
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I would love to be playing the alpha. Is this game still coming out on New Year's Eve?

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I would love to be playing the alpha. Is this game still coming out on New Year's Eve?
well I put up the detail of the open beta prior above that article via game informer. Also I thik alpha is done with you should still si up cause the beta part should getting started soon

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Alright cool thanks but so is the full version still coming out december 31st?

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Alright cool thanks but so is the full version still coming out december 31st?
I'm not saying much on the date cause even when they put up a due date for all the gamer news sites they have this habit of delaying close to the first due date.

it'll come out when they feel it's ready.

Register here if you'd like to be considered as a participant if the alpha's still in play it might lead to the beta too.

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Like what I see in the alpha footage, got a code for the beta now (whenever that will be!!) so will at least get to try it at some point soonish. Like the destruction level and the varying roles of classes.

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Rainbow Six Siege release date announced
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Tactical combat shooter arrives mid-October.



Rainbow Six Siege will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 13 in North America and Europe, Ubisoft announced.
Pre-orders will guarantee you access to the game’s beta.
Here’s a quick rundown of the shooter, via Ubisoft:
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Rainbow Six Siege is an exciting, new approach to the first-person shooter experience that puts tactical combat and masterful destruction at the center of the action. Lead your team of unique, counter-terrorist Rainbow operators through tense and thrilling combat scenarios, and achieve victory through smart preparation and strategic improvisation.
Key Features:
  • The Rules of Siege – Five versus Five. Attack versus Defend. Infiltrate versus Fortify. Team-based strategy meets intense, tactical combat.
  • World’s 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.
  • Destruction as a Tool – Walls can be shattered; floors and ceilings can be breached. Mastering the tactical use of destruction is the key to victory.
  • Close-Quarters Combat – With tight spaces shaping all combat arenas, tense encounters and up-close-and-personal firefights abound within every Siege.
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EP Daily Rundown – May 21, 2015


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Damn,I don't think I'll be able to get both this and Halo 5 in October. I'll get Halo 5 and hope this goes on sale on Black Friday

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Man I always forget about the title . time to have it fixed


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All Xbox One copies of Rainbow Six Siege will come with Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2 for Xbox 360 bundled free, Ubisoft announced during Microsoft’s E3 2015 press conference.
Rainbow Six Siege is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 13.
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received a new trailer at Ubisoft’s E3 2015 press conference today. The game is in development for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 this Fall, and you can find a feature summary below.

  • THE RULES OF SIEGE: Five versus Five. Attack versus Defend. Infiltrate versus Fortify. Team-based strategy meets intense, tactical combat.

  • WORLD’S 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.

  • DESTRUCTION AS A TOOL: Walls can be shattered; floors and ceilings can be breached. Mastering the tactical use of destruction is the key to victory.

  • CLOSE-QUARTERS COMBAT: With tight spaces shaping all combat arenas, tense encounters and up-close-and-personal firefights abound within every Siege.

Rainbow Six Siege will also feature the return of Terrohunt, which will include four modes. Players will face what Ubisoft claim is the most challenging AI in a Rainbow Six game yet. A beta for Rainbow Six Siege will kick off on September 24th. You’ll be able to play both PvP and Terrohunt on all platforms.

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All Xbox One copies of Rainbow Six Siege will come with Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2 for Xbox 360 bundled free, Ubisoft announced during Microsoft’s E3 2015 press conference.
The Rainbow Six Siege beta will launch across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 24, Ubisoft announced at its E3 2015 press conference.
Additionally, Ubisoft announced the return of Terrorist Hunt mode, and that Angela Bassett will play the deputy director of the Rainbow Six counter-terrorism unit in the game.
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Terrorist Hunt brings a new threat to the world of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and places players at the center of a global crisis perpetrated by a menacing terrorist cell, the White Masks. Terrohunt contains four different game modes that can be played solo or cooperatively with up to four additional teammates. Advanced enemy AI, gripping challenges and addictive replay value abound in every mission, while varying objectives and difficulty levels make the experience different from one operation to the next.


Award-winning actress Angela Bassett will play character Six, deputy director of the Rainbow Six counter-terrorism unit. Six reactivates the Rainbow Six program to neutralize the White Mask terrorist threat and provide valuable intel and guide Team Rainbow on various missions throughout the game.

Rainbow Six Siege will launch across all three platforms on October 13.
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