Much like the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six franchise is known for, Rainbow Six: Siege is a tactical shooter with more of an active community of players online. Essentially, one team of terrorists will be seeking out a hostage while the Rainbow team must carefully breach a building and take down the terrorist group. Being a tactical shooter, there’s a bit more to the gameplay then running in and spraying bullets in each room.
Instead of turning a home into an active war zone, there’s slew of gadgets and weaponry made to make kills effective and accurate. There may be times of a standstill while you prepare for a take down or breach, but if you have a team of friends ready and voiced online, this game could make for endless fun. For those of you who have yet to try it out then you might want to take advantage of the free-to-play period. Ubisoft has made this game free for a limited time giving players a chance at trying out the game.
This period is set to last until September 3, 2019 and it will come with the full game and operators. Likewise, it’s worth pointing out that this game will be free on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One so you’re not limited to any one particular platform. For those of you who are still not sure if this game is worth your time then check out our Before You Buy episode posted above.
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