Ubisoft Montreal has detailed how they are working to make the hostage rescue game mode in Rainbow Six Siege as lifelike as they can. Speaking on the developer’s official website creative director Xavier Marquis and game designer Chris Lee discussed how important it was for the team that they got the experience of being a counter-terrorist operative trying to free hostages as realistic as possible. The studio even went so far as to get feedback from a real spec-ops team who had played early builds of the game.
E3 is over for another year and it’s given gamers plenty to look forward to for the rest of the year and beyond. As is obligatory following any E3 coverage, here are my Top 5 Games from E3 – this is my personal selection of games that have me the most excited moving forward.
Following the rundown of all the information from Day 1 at E3, we take a look at the events of Day 2 in our E3 Day 2 Rundown. Here goes …
After more than 6 years on hiatus and following numerous reports that the game has been rebuilt from the ground up, at the Ubisoft pre E3 conference today gamers saw squad based first person shooter Rainbow Six Siege announced. It was the spectacular ending to Ubisoft’s show, which has probably had the strongest lineup with only Sony’s conference left. Ubisoft also showed live multiplayer gameplay from Rainbow Six Siege and it looked like an absolute blast!
Closure finds its way to the PlayStation Store along with big discounts on Tom Clancy games in this week’s US update!