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Rainbow Six Siege
Rainbow Six Siege is another addition to the first-person shooter franchise developed by the Ubisoft Montreal studio.
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Ubisoft have leaked the next Rainbow Six Siege operation date
Ubisoft have accidentally leaked the date of the next operation and vanity item changes as 6 June 2018. They are also removing some vanity items from previous operations and will likely introduce the Italian operators with the new season.
Rainbow Six Siege's Italian operator breaks the fourth wall
Rainbow Six Siege's Italian operators are still in development, but a few leaks here and there gave us the general idea of what they will do. A new leak has surfaced with voice lines for Maestro and Alibi featuring a 4th wall breaking fest.
Rainbow Six Siege may be teasing a new Splinter Cell game
Speculations about a possible Splinter Cell teaser or announcement during E3 2018 are getting stronger by the day. Ubisoft's latest headgear additions in Rainbow Six Siege have reinforced these theories and sparked more theorycrafting fire.
Rainbow Six Siege rides Starter Edition wave to 30-Million-Player-Town
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege playerbase numbers have been revealed by Ubisoft. In order to show the game's "massive success" at revamping systems and by benevolently adding Starter Editions, the infamous French company shows its face.
Rainbow Six Siege Pro League finals are coming up next month
Rainbow Six Siege's Season 7 is coming to a conclusion next month when the best teams from Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America come up against each other. The event will have a prize pool of ~£176.000 or $275.000 USD.
Blitz is on a murder spree in Rainbow Six Siege again due to another bug
Players are ripping their hair out when they see Blitz on the opposing team these days. This is due to an exploit that allows him to have near perfect hip-fire accuracy so he can channel his inner John Wick while keeping the shield up.
An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Pay-to-Win microtransactions
Pay to win policies have always been a sure-fire way to ruin the game experience for most of your player base and yet developers and publishers keep doing it. It may be profitable in the short term, but should and will they ever stop?
Rainbow Six Siege automatic weapons have a reticle flaw, fix coming in next update
Now you'd be forgiven for thinking that a 'slight misalignment', as Ubisoft calls it, between where you're aiming and where your bullets actually hit is not that big a deal, but we can't think of a bigger deal when talking about shooters.
Italian Operators for Rainbow Six Siege leaked in a video
Rainbow Six Siege's first Season 3 update, Chimera was a large scale patch and as Ubisoft mentioned, today's patch should have been smaller, but the download size of 1.2GB was suspicious. Turns out it contained assets for the Italian ops.
How to return to competitive games without losing your sanity
Revisiting competitive games after a break shows the decay of your skills like nothing else. Our reflexes are non-existent and our brain processes visual and audio cues at a crawl. So how does one get back into top competitive shape?