who is excited for it? maybe it will merge the clan as we breech each others faces!
It looks great. I’m getting it.
depends on the timing. fall always has a bunch of games. i will prolly get it tho.
Sure, why not?
Yep, Vegas 1 and 2 were good times back in the day.
After unveiling the Operator System a couple weeks ago, Ubisoft has given us some intel on 10 of the 20 operators we will be able to choose from in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. The operators are broken up into attackers and defenders, each bringing something slightly different to the table.
Sledge – British SAS – Sledge is the perfect Operator for the player who just wants to take care of business and doesn’t care if he or she makes some noise while doing it. Armed with a heavy-duty breaching hammer, Sledge is capable of destroying surfaces like walls, floors and barricades with speed and no small amount of force.
Thermite – American FBI SWAT – Like Sledge, Thermite doesn’t mind bringing the ruckus when it comes to getting a job done. His powerful thermite breach charges are capable of eating through the ultra-strong reinforced walls like they’re made of cotton candy.
Ash – American FBI SWAT – Ash is perfect for players who favor distance over up-close-and-personal combat. She can fire a long-distance breach charge, making her a handy Operator to have if you are down to only a couple of teammates. Rainbow Six Siege
Thatcher – British SAS – Armed with special EMP grenades, Thatcher can knock out all electronics in range for a short period of time. Use Thatcher to help your team get the upper hand against Defenders like Pulse, whose heartbeat monitor lets him track people through walls.
Twitch – French GIGN – Surveillance is key Rainbow Six Siege, and with Twitch, your surveillance can do some damage. Twitch has a handy little drone that can deliver electric shocks, dealing minor damage and disabling traps. She’s the perfect Operator for people who like to look before they leap.
Castle – American FBI SWAT – Once everyone has spent their wall reinforcements, they will look to Castle and his durable Kevlar barricades. These can be placed in windows and doorways and take about 12 melee hits to bring down (as opposed to the average barricade’s 3 hits). Sledge can knock it down in 2 hits with his hammer, but the noise he makes will be more than enough warning for the Defenders behind Castle’s walls. Rainbow Six Siege
Smoke – British SAS – Smoke is the silent killer. He can deploy and remotely detonate a chemical gas charge that deals damage to everyone in range of the smoke. Dropping a charge near a potential breach point ensures you’ve got an extra line of defense should Attackers make it through. Hit them with the gas and let the bullets fly.
Pulse – American FBI SWAT – We’ve all wondered what it would be like to be able to see through walls. With Pulse’s heartbeat monitor you can do just that. Track your opponents’ heartbeats and determine their locations to help your team prep for attack. As this is still the Alpha build, the dev team admits this device is currently a bit too strong and they are working on ways to adjust it. “We already know Pulse’s heartbeat monitor is a little over-powered, so that’s something we’re aware of and will be fixing,” says Witts. “This is the time for us to look at it and ask, How is it over-powered? Is it because you’re allowed to use it for too long? Is it because of the range? What can we do to perfect it?”
Rook – French GIGN – Nobody wants to go into battle naked (or no one sane does, anyway). Rook ensures his teammates go into the fight with some extra armor that might mean the difference between living to finish the round and going out in the first 30 seconds. If you choose to play as Rook, I recommend dropping his box of armor in a central area during the prep phase so your team can start out the round with some extra protective covering.
Mute – British SAS – Like Thatcher, Mute can knock out all electronics, but unlike Thatcher’s grenades, Mute operates a special jamming device that remains active until it’s destroyed. “Mute’s class is kind of a protector,” says Witts. “He places his jammer in a certain spot and can protect that specific area from breach charges or drones. So if you go to breach a wall and try to remotely detonate your breach charge, his jammer might prevent you from doing that. You’ll either have to eliminate the jammer in that area or you can place a new breach charge somewhere else.”
Ubisoft also showed off the character models for the four British SAS Members.
From left to right: Smoke, Thatcher, Mute and Sledge
If none if these operators really pique your interests, never fear! Not only are there another 10 operators to be announced BUT Ubisoft also announced that each side will have access to a Recruit operator. The Recruit is a customizable character that can be assigned to any of the five in game Counter-Terrorist Units. Although this character can choose between any of the generic gadgets and grenades, they will not have access to the more unique gadgets. Ubisoft also explained that all the characters that were revealed so far are subject to change as they continue to tweak and perfect the game.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is expected to release sometime in 2015 for the Xbox One.
I think this will be the only thing i buy this year. Nothing else is really pulling on my pull cord. World of Tanks. Destiny, and Rainbow.