Ubisoft announced that the Operation Black Ice free update for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC.
As part of the ongoing commitment to provide new content on a regular basis for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, the Operation Black Ice content pack includes the new yacht map, two new operators, Frost and Buck, from the elite Canadian special operations JTF 2 force, and new weapon skins.
Additionally, the Spectator Camera feature will be available online for all platforms in custom games. Continue reading Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Releases The Operation Black Ice Content Pack For Free
If you had an opportunity to suit up and take part in the beta for Rainbow Six Siege, then you already know this isn’t your run of the mill FPS experience.
Rainbow Six Siege is an exciting, new approach to the first-person shooter experience that puts tactical combat and masterful destruction at the center of the action.
If you haven’t yet checked it out, its time that you did…
Continue reading Lead The Charge And Prepare To Breach Rainbow Six Siege, Launch Trailer Revealed
Today, Ubisoft revealed new features for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege that will debut at gamescom 2015 in Cologne, Germany.
And let’s not forget there’s a brand new trailer for your viewing pleasure…
Continue reading Rainbow Six: Siege Reveals New Features And A Trailer At Gamescom
Havok™, a leading provider of interactive 3D game development technology, has unveiled Havok FX, a brand new CPU-driven software product that will deliver unprecedented levels of detail and physics to particle effects. The result of extensive research into massive scale high performance Physics simulation, Havok FX allows developers to physically enable particle systems and to add a new gameplay dimension to previously aesthetic visual effects. Leading publisher Ubisoft® is one of the first publishers to announce their support of this new product through their adoption of Havok FX within Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege® arriving in October 2015 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Continue reading Ubisoft Montreal Is The First To Adopt Havok FX Technology in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
I will say it again 2015 is continuing to prove that AAA games are being announced too early. We have already seen Uncharted 4 & Quantum Break pushed to next year. Now we have two more to add to the list.
Yes The Division and Rainbow Six: Siege are both now expected to release Q3/Q4 2016. My list of anticipated games is dwindling…
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