This guide to Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege presents the most important functions of the game and it helps in learning its basics. The first chapter of the guide takes the player through the process of properly setting the configuration, including mouse and controller sensitivity or video and audio settings. Other chapters are focused on the most important aspects of the gameplay, including how to properly position the crosshair, how to fix the weapon recoil, the techniques of movement and shooting. Deeper in the guide to Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege, the players will learn about the techniques of using espionage devices like drones and cameras. The guide also features advice related to dealing with traps, barricades and other obstacles. The penultimate chapter describes all Operators the players can use in the game. The final chapter features general advice that might be helpful for attackers and defenders.
The guide to Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege features:
- Advice that will make it easier to set the config correctly.
- Advice related to position the crosshair properly and to shooting.
- Description of shooting techniques.
- Description of movement techniques.
- Advice related to using drones and cameras.
- Advice related to dealing with traps, barricades, and other obstacles.
- Characteristics of operators and advice related to them.
- Description and advice related to gameplay modes.
- General advice.
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About Rainbow Six Siege Game Guide
Author : Lukasz "Qwert" Telesinski for gamepressure.com
Translator : Michal "Czarny Wilk" Grygorcewicz
last update : July 2, 2018
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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege Video Game
- genre: Action
- developer: Ubisoft
- publisher: Ubisoft
- platform: PC, PS4, XONE
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