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Rainbow Six Seige: What’s the new development in the game?

Rainbow Six Seige is an online shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal, and published by Ubisoft. The tactical shooter video game, Tom Clancey‘s Rainbow Six Seige was released worldwide on 1 December 2016 on Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The developer has been working on the game for its arrival on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S by the year 2020. The director of the game is Xavier Marquis, and it is produced by Sèbastian Lebbaè.0


What is Tom Clancey‘s Rainbow Six Seige about?

The game is all about destruction of environment and cooperation among the players. The player can either control as an attacker or a defender in various gameplay mode such as rescuing a hostage, defusing a bomb or taking control of any object in a room. The game also features offline mode with a single player, and have a short series called “missions.” The missions contain short narrative about training the players for future encounters in the game with the ‘White Masks’, a group of terrorists who’s a big threat to the world.

Rainbow Six Seige has received positive response from gamers all over the world for its tense multiplayer, and the focus on the tactics. However, it was criticized for its lack of content and technological errors. In February 2019, Rainbow Seige crossed 45 million registered players from all over the world.

The New Development in Rainbow Six Seige

Tachanka who’s considered as the ultimate operator in the game has been reworked on by Ubisoft which involved modifying its turret works, provided with a new gadget, and portable LMG.

Tachanka gets a new tool namely, Shumika launcher which can be used to launch fire grenades.

The new developments of Tachanka are now available to use for the players on PC test server. Soon, the game, Rainbow Six Seige will go live with latest development.

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