Ubisoft is holding a free weekend for its ultra-competitive team FPS game Rainbow Six Siege, and it’s running now through Monday morning. That means you can jump straight into the full version of the co-op game, and any progress you
Rainbow Six Siege is a (mostly) realistic tactical game with (mostly) realistic cosmetics to dress up your favourite operators in. While the selection of camo outfits makes sense for the setting, sometimes that camo is a little too good –
While we currently consider the standard Razer BlackShark V2 the best gaming headset on the market, there’s a Pro version if you’re willing to pay extra for wireless functionality – and it’s now getting a new coat of paint. The
Ubisoft’s upcoming PvE Rainbow Six game has changed names a lot – first Quarantine, then Parasite, now Extraction – but it doesn’t feel all that different from Outbreak, the spinoff Siege mode that spawned it. You’re still fighting a parasitic,
PC and Stadia soon, PlayStation and Xbox in 2022.
The ever-popular Rainbow Six Siege will get crossplay support, Ubisoft has announced, though PlayStation and Xbox platforms will have to wait some time.
Crossplay and cross-progression between PC, Stadia and Luna
Ubisoft has spent the last few months telling everyone that it plans to rely less on big, new, triple-A retail releases in favour of more long-term support for its existing games, and it should be little surprise with that in
Ubisoft today detailed their plans for cross-platform multiplayer and shared progression in Rainbow Six Siege, and the news for PC players is probably not surprising. While we will get to share progression with all other platforms, we won’t be
June is here, which means it’s time for the next Rainbow Six Siege ‘after action’ report, and some hints about what developer Ubisoft has in store for the FPS game soon. May’s iteration of the report has now dropped on
Rainbow Six Siege is a complex shooter – perhaps one of the most intricately designed multiplayer games being played right now. The depth comes from numerous places: the destructible environments, the design of the maps, but primarily from the unique
It looks like Rainbow Six Siege is finally getting cross-play. Ubisoft has previously indicated that it wants cross-play in all its PvP games, and it seems the Siege developers are getting in on the directive. After hints of the feature