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Ubisoft has announced an update for Rainbow Six Siege called Operation Shadow Legacy. Part of the update brings an iconic character, Sam Fisher from the game franchise Splinter Cell, as a playable operative in Siege. Fisher comes with a new Intel-gathering gadget and a new assault rifle. Operation Shadow Legacy also brings a host of gameplay modifications that will change how Siege is played. Among the gameplay modifications are Ping 2.0, new and updated optics, a secondary breaching gadget, pooled reinforcements, and map ban capability. The popular map Chalet is reworked and players will be able to check out a new match replay feature that is entering alpha testing on the game's test server.... Read more...
Christmas is almost here, and game publishers and developers have been gifting gamers with some free loot in their favorite games. The latest game to give gamers free loot is Rainbow Six Siege. Players of this game will get one free operator from Year 1, 2, 3, or 4 of the seasonal updates. The coolest part of it is that the operator will be one you don't already own from those seasons. The latest operators, the Indian and Kenyan ones, are included in the free offer. The operator is random, so players can't choose who they get. Taking advantage of the free operator requires players to go to the Alpha Packs section of the game. Players on all platforms will find a special Holiday 2019 Pack waiting... Read more...
Ubisoft is ramping up its efforts to curb hate speech, including racist and generally toxic comments, in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. The publisher has flipped the switch on a system that automatically doles out instant bans to Rainbow Six Siege players who violate the company's code of conduct in such a manner, and some of the banned players have taken to Twitter to complain about it. The policies that prohibit racial slurs and other types of defamatory comments are not new—Ubisoft stated in April that it was tracking the frequency of racial and homophobic slurs and would be applying bans with increasing severity. At the time, Ubisoft said the bans would last 2 days, 7 days, 15 days,... Read more...
From what we've seen so far, Rainbow Six fans are in for a big time treat. At the E3 convention taking place this week, Ubisoft announced that it's working on Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, the latest and perhaps most ambitious installment yet in the popular franchise. Ubisoft Montreal is heading up the development and drawing inspiration from real-world counter-terrorism organizations. For the first time a Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six game, players will participate in sieges -- lots of them -- featuring lethal close-quarter confrontations and a new style of assault where enemies manipulate their surroundings into strongholds. You can reinforce walls and floors, use barbed wire, and more. On the... Read more...