E3 2014: Rainbow Six: Siege revealed at Ubisoft Press Conference


Ubisoft today revealed at their E3 Press conference the future of the Rainbow Six series and it looks incredible.

Today, Ubisoft held their E3 press conference in Los Angeles and ended a fantastic show with a look at a brand new entry in the Rainbow Six series entitled; Siege. The demo shown saw what appeared to be a capture the flag style game where you had to get a Hostage out of the building while trying to take out the terrorists on the opposite team.

The demo showed off quite a few features we can expect from the new title including rappelling from rooftops, blowing up walls and sending in drone cams to scout out the area for surveillance to plan out the perfect offensive strategy. The game ended with a 1 on 1 face-off with the hostage in the middle of it all and the logo emerging from the darkness. In addition to this, Ubisoft also confirmed shortly after the press conference that Rainbow Six: Patriots had in deed been cancelled for the new game.

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While no date was announced; We can probably expect to hear more about Rainbow Six: Siege over the next few days and we can probably expect it to release in the next few years.

So what do you think? Are you hyped for this game? Are you upset Patriots was cancelled? Are you a Tom Clancy fan? Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments section below and be sure to stay tuned to UGNN for all your gaming news and reviews and remember to follow us on WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Reddit & YouTube and be sure to stay tuned to UGNN for all your big news from E3 2014. In the meantime, Check out the footage below.

Article by Matt McNamee


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