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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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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: Terrohunt is back! Stop the White Masks terrorist treat alone or with friends.
UPGRADE TO GOLD EDITION for Game and Season Pass, which gives all fans and newcomers an extended Rainbow Six Siege experience.
Tom Clancys Rainbow Six Siege is rated
3.0 out of
Rated 5 out of
Great gameThis game is all around tactical a think before act shooter requiring patients skill good team communication and all around knowledge, if hou like going ham with fuze on hostage you're going to have a bad time
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 2 out of
Very LackingI've been a long time fan of all the Tom Clancy games since the original Rainbow Six. But I was left disappointed on this one.
This game is very lacking in actual content. There's only a handful of multiplayer levels. Very lacking in single player content. And very limited choices for outfitting your player.
Now here's where it gets bad. You can't launch a game without exactly 5 other players. You can spend anywhere from 1 to 15 minutes waiting in between games twiddling your thumbs while you wait for more players. And it's almost impossible to get enough other players to play in realistic mode.
The game logic is down right silly. You can repel up and down walls without using your hands. And nobody puts random trap doors in the floors of their buildings. And terrorist spawn after you're already minutes into the game. Often right behind you. As a Rainbow Six game, this one is a joke.
Cheating in this game is rampant. There's no way to report cheating in game. And the wall hacks especially ruin the gameplay for all those who aren't cheating, since it is possible to shoot people threw walls. And so far, no "real" anti-cheat software in the game.
Also, despite the lack of content to start with. Ubisoft went with the now popular "nickel and dime players" approach making players buy any additional content and most weapon skins. Which so far has also been extremely lacking.
Really it feels like you're only buying half a game.