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
The next installment in the tactical shooter series Rainbow Six endorsed by the author Tom Clancy. The game was developed by Ubisoft Montreal Studio, known for bestsellers such as Watch_Dogs and the Assassin’s Creed franchise.
In 2011 Ubisoft announced Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6: Patriots. It was supposed to be another installment in the famous series of tactical shooters, this time focusing on combat with a terrorist organization called True Patriots. Since then, years had passed, and the project slowly faded away. Finally, the publisher decided to unveil Rainbow Six: Siege, tailor-made for multiplayer gameplay. This title replaced Patriots, which failed to meet the expectations of the French company. This PC, PS4 and XONE game features skirmishes of antiterrorist special forces with criminals. The game was built on AnvilNext technology, the engine used in several other Ubisoft titles, including the Assassin's Creed series, For Honor, and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands.
Before you start playing Rainbow Six: Siege you choose your soldier’s specialization. Each time you play you can decide whether you want to raise barricades as Castle, remove obstacles as Thermite, cripple enemy communication as Mute, break open doors as Ash, wield a huge sledgehammer as Sledge, or poison enemies as Smoke. Of course, these are not all character classes available, and it is important to compose a team whose members complement each other in combat.
Combat takes place in small, relatively narrow locations, where you have to quickly clear one room after another until you get rid of terrorists and free any hostages. In order to do this, you often have to blow up a wall, plant explosives on the floor to attack enemies from above, and so on. On the other hand, when playing as terrorists you must barricade doors and fortify your positions, so as not to get caught off guard by the law enforcement units. Either way, in order to defeat a smart team of players you need constant communication, teamwork, and proper tactics.
Gameplay is fast-paced and exciting, yet tactical, mostly thanks to destructible environment. The game engine lets you destroy not only doors, but also barricades and walls. As a result, battlefields are dynamically changing in the course of a skirmish, which often requires adjusting your well-planned tactics on the spot.
In terms of graphics quality Rainbow Six: Siege for PC, PS4 and XONE doesn't set new standards in video gaming, but it is surely satisfying. The aforementioned damage system not only enriches the gameplay, but also spices up the visuals, giving them a specific character.
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