I’ve played numerous Rainbow Six games.All of them had single player campaign.But not this one,no single player campaign.Ubisoft decided to take the crown called greediest of all.And wear it proudly,indeed.Too much money involved – and you get five-hundredth or so, online game – which comes from this logic – we will make online game that is the prime gaming now,you cannot crack it,but lots of people will be playing this because they want instant action, we’ll take your money anyway and it is a win win situation.
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Players can instead play the game’s core maps via Siege’s Terrorhunt mode, which was announced back at E3 this year as being for “1-5 players”.
“There is no story mode per se,” Rainbow Six: Siege art director Scott Mitchell toldWhatCulture.
“You go through training, where you get to experience different operators and their devices. You can play against enemy AI in co-op through all the maps. You can customise matches, so that’s what we’re offering on the single-player side of things.”
Mitchell concluded that the game’s single-player experience could act as “a pretty good training ground”, and another method of unlocking the game’s arsenal of extras.
Ubisoft’s wall-busting shooter will ship with 11 Terrorhunt maps, including two set in the UK (at the SAS headquarters, Hereford and at London Heathrow).
So the single player story is little more than a simple training.I remember playing with characters like Chavez,Rakuzanka,Arnavisca and so many others.But Ubisoft is Moneysoft these days,nothing less.Nowadays, and I’m so sure about this,music,movies,games,politics,fashion,books are subordinated to money.Lets make it easy,average player doesn’t want to bother,he wants to move,participate and shoot with other slobbering kids during online sessions and that’s it.
Too predictable,too little from Ubisoft in the previous 10 years.
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