Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is an upcoming first person shooter by Ubisoft., which was announced at E3 in 2014. The game uses Ubisoft’s AnvilNext game engine, and is the first game in theRainbow Six franchise since Rogue Spear not to use Epic’s UnrealEngine. It is considered to be the successor to Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Patriots, which was cancelled.
Siege’s multiplayer is a 5-on-5 competitive game in which the terrorist team fortifies a defensible room which the Rainbow operative team then has to breach, with matches typically lasting just three minutes. Players who rescue hostages during hostage missions gain additional points, which encourages teams not to simply treat each breach like a death match. Rainbow Six Siege invites players to instead master the art of destruction. Intense close-quarters confrontations, high lethality rate (and not just amongst bored team-mates), tactics, team play and explosive action are what it’s all about.
Counter Terrorist Units
Assume the roles of global counter terrorist operatives, specializing in close-quarters combat, demotion and brutally precise execution of coordinated assaults.
The Siege Gameplay
Breach enemy strongholds with new tactical measures or fortify your own with defensive resources in both sides of sieges, a brand-new mode of assault combat for the rainbow six series.
Change the landscape of your assault with an unprecedented level of environmental destruction, walls can be shattered, and floors and ceilings can be breached, mastering the elements of destruction is the key to victory.
Rainbow Six Siege multiplayer also looks like its going to set a new bar for cooperative play. With the rich legacy of the past million years of Rainbow Six games, this one’s inclusion on our list is a no-brainer.