For a game like Rainbow Six Siege, that level of cooperation and communication is paramount. Whether you’ll actually end up encountering that level of cooperation in the real world? Well...probably not. Unless you have friends you’re already planning to play with—maybe ones you’ve carried over from Payday 2 or something similarly tactical. I hope for your sake that’s the case.
My thoughts on Rainbow Six Siege haven’t changed much. I still think it’s the most interesting shooter we’ve yet seen since the new consoles launched—because developers used the new hardware to advance game mechanics for once, instead of merely pumping graphics.
Look for the game to launch December 1, barring anymore last-minute delays.
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