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Watch 30 Minutes Of Uncut Rainbow Six Siege Gameplay
Are you still excited for Rainbow Six Siege, one of Ubisoft’s biggest reveals at this year’s E3 presentation? Then take a look at this gameplay clip from Duskbit. It’s 30 minutes long, so brace yourself.
This mission starts off much like the E3 gameplay demo, which is tacked to the back of the video, in a house where people hold a woman hostage. It’s just a little less scripted this time though.
Moreover, this video has a ton of environmental damage. Walls, floors, doors; all of it gets blown to bits in the first round already.
It seems pretty easy to damage the house in Rainbow Six Siege. When not using breaching charges, the teams can be seen either just striking away debris or blasting holes in surfaces with their weapons.
When defending, the team also puts up a ton of barricades on doors and windows. Cameras get used to survey the surroundings, which include a flying drone outside.
Rainbow Six fans will be pleased to see more leaning in the five versus five matches. There are also flashbangs and riot shields for more tactical gameplay.
Multiple weapons are shown in the many rounds the two teams play. The usual suspects of handguns, shotguns and machine guns are present.
Prior to starting the match, it’s possible to choose where the team will enter the house, which is done through a voting system. Those inside the house get a little time in advance to set up defenses and take the hostage.
There’s some stuttering in the character animations, but the game is far from done, so it’s not like it’s a shoddy prototype build, though it does say this is pre-Alpha. Rainbow Six Siege is currently headed to PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One in 2015.
Rounds end quite quickly. That might make the game easily addictive. Here’s hoping.