Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is a first-person shooter where players can control operators from different nationalities. Each nationality has its weapons and gadgets. Consequently, each one has the potential to save the day differently. Also, the game features around twenty playable maps in which the players must accomplish goals. Besides, Rainbow Six Siege has several modes, like Hostage, Bomb, Secure Area, Tactical Realism, Terrorist Hunt, Situations, Arcade, and Seasonal Events.
- Tactic over aim
- Contribution after death
- Diversity of skills
- Unreliable game servers
- Bad matchmaking
- Bugs and Glitches
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – Review
The gold at the end of the Rainbow
You would expect first-person shooter games to rely heavily on accuracy. However, Rainbow Six Siege is different. For instance, the tactic you use matters far more than your aim. A good plan can always turn a match to your advantage, where the opposing team is shooting at you from a tiny murder hole. To that end, the wide variety of skills and gadgets at your disposal can help you accomplish that goal. Besides, even if you get shot mid-game, you can still contribute. The defenses you lay, your drone, and the resources you use can turn the game around even if you get killed, and you get the rewards all the same.
Rainbow Six Siege, Breach
For a game as highly detailed as this game, the flaws can be disappointing. For instance, the unreliable servers and the bugs and glitches are hard to ignore. Consequently, getting disconnected or losing a game because of a bug happen frequently. Also, matchmaking can become a frustrating process. For example, it can take a while to find a match, and the matchmaking errors with the connection timing out are very annoying.
Rainbow Six Siege is an enjoyable game if you can get over the glitches, the server errors, and the matchmaking hell. Despite everything, the map variety, the gadgets, and the concept are a cool addition to the first-person shooter genre.
Where to find the game
Rainbow Six Siege is currently playable on Windows, PS4, and Xbox One, and will be released for new consoles later in 2020. Now, it’s a pay-to-play game. You can find it on Steam, Microsoft’s Website, and in the Playstation Store for purchase and download.
How to play the game
In Rainbow Six Siege, you can choose from a large pool of operators, each with different abilities and gadgets. Some can create obstacles and barricades, while others can electrify walls, and some can move quickly around the map or rescue team members.
Also, the game has several modes you can choose with different goals. For instance, in a Hostage game, attackers must extract a hostage, and defenders must keep them from succeeding. Similarly, Secure Area’s goal is to either defend a room with biochemical containers or to take it. In Bomb games, attackers must find and defuse one of two bombs, while the defenders try to destroy the defuser or kill the entire attacker team. Most importantly, you have Situations, a single-player mode that will help introduce you to the game’s mechanics and allow you to practice your technique before jumping into competitive games.
If you’re new to Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, check out this video with a BEGINNERS GUIDE.