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Tom Clancy Rainbow Six Siege PC (Use 5% FB Code) £9.30 @ CDKEYS
Tom Clancy Rainbow Six Siege PC (Use 5% FB Code) £9.30 @ CDKEYS

Tom Clancy Rainbow Six Siege PC (Use 5% FB Code) £9.30 @ CDKEYS

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Counter-terrorist units

Counter-terrorist operatives are trained to handle extreme situations, such as hostage rescue, with surgical precision. As 'short range' specialists, their training is concentrated on indoor environments. Operating in tight formations, they are experts of close-quarters combat, demolition, and coordinated assaults.

The siege gameplay

For the first time in Rainbow Six, players will engage in sieges, a brand new style of assault. Enemies now have the means to transform their environments into strongholds: they can trap, fortify, and create defensive systems to prevent breach by Rainbow teams.

To face this challenge, players have a level of freedom unrivalled by any previous Rainbow Six game. Combining tactical maps, observation drones, and a new rappel system, Rainbow teams have more options than ever before to plan, attack, and diffuse these situations.

Procedural destruction

Destruction is at the heart of the siege gameplay. Leveraging Ubisoft Montreal's proprietary Realblast engine, players now have the unprecedented ability to destroy environments. Walls can be shattered, opening new lines of fire, and ceilings and floors can be breached, creating new access points. Everything in the environment reacts realistically, dynamically, and uniquely based on the size and caliber of bullets you are using, or the amount of explosives you have set. In Rainbow Six Siege, destruction is meaningful, and mastering it is often the key to victory.

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I've been put off buying this as I game solo, but at this price I think i'll have to bite!

Fantastic price!

Bought this earlier this week for £11.99. Played for first time last night. Excellent game for the price, lots of missions to do, OK graphics. Hot

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brilliant game!

Bought it this time. Still not happy about being down season 1 and 2 on content, but I'll just have to bide my time and pick that stuff up as cheap as possible if I like the game.

Don't mind spending money on games, just feels like the price to buy into this initially without having a lot of content withheld from you is above average.

DrTrouserPlank

Bought it this time. Still not happy about being down season 1 and 2 on … Bought it this time. Still not happy about being down season 1 and 2 on content, but I'll just have to bide my time and pick that stuff up as cheap as possible if I like the game.Don't mind spending money on games, just feels like the price to buy into this initially without having a lot of content withheld from you is above average.


You don't have to spend any more money. If you play it you can unlock all of the operators one by one and the new maps are universally accessible anyway.

DrTrouserPlank

Bought it this time. Still not happy about being down season 1 and 2 on … Bought it this time. Still not happy about being down season 1 and 2 on content, but I'll just have to bide my time and pick that stuff up as cheap as possible if I like the game.Don't mind spending money on games, just feels like the price to buy into this initially without having a lot of content withheld from you is above average.




FYI, although I purchased both Season 1 and 2, EVERYONE gets access to all the maps and operators. All you get with the season passes is instant unlock and a week early access to the operators (map at the same time as everyone else).

There is like a 5% renowned bonus and some weapon skins but no one really cares about that stuff.

prodigy8

I've been put off buying this as I game solo, but at this price I think … I've been put off buying this as I game solo, but at this price I think i'll have to bite!



Same. Cheap enough now for a muck about in single player for me.

Anyone buying this for single player jollies, you're going to be pretty disappointed. Unless, of course, you like the terrorist hunt mode which lets you kill AI enemies in various maps. If that's your thing, cool. But, just know, this game really doesn't have much single player content available.

Yeah I know there's no campaign or anything. That's why it had to be cheap. I did quite enjoy the training missions and stuff I did in the free weekend. I don't have enough time to play all these games so I doubt I'll finish even the little single player content it has!

A well supported quality game

Just spotted this deal myself when browsing cd keys. Nearly bought it earlier @ £12.34 glad i waited

BuzzDuraband



That alert always gets my heart pumping if I'm 'it'.

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copperspock

That alert always gets my heart pumping if I'm 'it'.



I generally just run back to the spawn point and pretend I'm AFK

BuzzDuraband

I generally just run back to the spawn point and pretend I'm AFK



No lie, I caught one cheeky rapscallion doing that yesterday :). This was in casual as well!

BuzzDuraband

I generally just run back to the spawn point and pretend I'm AFK



I generally go full try hard and try to clutch the game

colganraz

I generally go full try hard and try to clutch the game



..And when you get that clutch with your team cheering you on..

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Gone more expensive already!

How much does the situations stuff matter? because so far I have found most of them clunky as ****.

DrTrouserPlank

How much does the situations stuff matter? because so far I have found … How much does the situations stuff matter? because so far I have found most of them clunky as ****.



They don't matter as they're just teaching you minor parts of the game. If you want to jump into the multiplayer asap, you can do that, no bother.

EDIT: Forgot to mention... -> Although, they are handy for getting renown, unlocking achievements, etc. But, on reflection, it's totally up to you.
Edited by: "imdurc" 14th Mar

Hmmm, game seems like a nightmare to learn. Basically impossible unless you have been playing since day 1.

Massive maps that are like mazes,
infinite angles to get camped from
everyone knows every angle and what to do

Seems like it would take hundreds of hours to even get a working knowledge of the maps, and that time would be spent dying repeatedly to people you can't even see and it wouldn't be any fun at all.

Then concept of the game seems alright but it feels like a closed shop as far as joining in from new goes. It seems about a million times worse than it would be to learn CS from new these days.
Edited by: "DrTrouserPlank" 17th Mar

DrTrouserPlank

Massive maps that are like mazes



Massive? Maps like mazes? Those are two words I would never use to describe R6S levels. Honestly, this game isn't hard to pickup at all. If it's coming off as intimidating to outsiders, here are some basic tips:

1. Play casual for a while till you're familiar with the game's flow.
2. When you're new, keep it simple and stay on the objective/team - don't roam till you're confident and capable.
3. If peeking round corners, over walls, through windows, etc. etc. - do not sit staring as, you'll likely be seen and shot!
4. As an addendum to peeking, keep moving to make for a harder target.
5. Finally, when attacking, and you feel like you need some area awareness, use a drone to check places out. On the flipside, if you're defending, check the various cameras dotted around the map.


Those are just a few small pointers. At its most basic, R6S is just about being careful and choosing your moments to peek and/or shoot. Personally, I think it's a wonderful game that I keep coming back to. And hey, playing on console is similar, but a bit slower paced. I genuinely love playing on PC as well as console

I've given it a go but there's no way of getting up to speed.

The dumbest thing about it is that they make you wait to rank 20 to play ranked which is fine, but you have to play casual which matches you with people who've been playing since day 1... what on earth is the point of that? Surely it would make sense for all the sub-rank 20's to be playing together rather than in an utterly redundant "casual" mode which exists only for experienced players to farm players who don't know what they are doing, leading to new players having no chance and learning next to nothing....

I learned that if I play against people who know all the **** angles and all the routes, and have all the gear unlocked then I get shot from every angle, have no fun and learn nothing about how to play the game, but I didn't need to actually play the game to know that in the first place.

The game's concept is good, but the way it matches players (especially new players) is utterly stupid.

Edited by: "DrTrouserPlank" 19th Mar

DrTrouserPlank

I've given it a go but there's no way of getting up to speed.



I guess the game's not for you.
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