The following accolades trailer smartly play towards the games strengths. Shooting. Exploding. Making stuff break.
Great idea. Because, how can I put this...Tom Clancy games are categorically shite in terms of characters, development and narrative.
That said, anyone who’s actually spent some time at the controls of one of his finely tuned shooters, specifically the Rainbow Six Vegas series, will realize they are not played for any other reason than the awesomely detailed, responsive gameplay.
This seems to be what Rainbow Six Siege is focusing on.
That and E3 Awards.
In pleasing contrast to the industry trend of producing bigger, emptier worlds, Siege will present a modestly sized toybox, typically a house if footage is to be believed, and lets you tear it as many new one’s as you’ve the energy for!
Rainbow Six Siege is due out for PC, PS4 and Xbox One in 2015.