The new league will see the top Rainbow Six Siege pro teams competing for $100,000 in prize money.
Rainbow Six Siege, apart from the late announcement yesterday that GTA 5 is finally coming to PC, may stand up as the biggest surprise of E3 2014. After a cancelled attempt to reboot the franchise, Ubisoft is re-rebooting Rainbow Six as a tight, multiplayer-focused competitive shooter that I expect to find a big audience on PC.
We’re only a day in, but Rainbow Six Siege may stand up as the most pleasant surprise of E3. We’d heard that Ubisoft was moving away from the direction we initially saw in the now-cancelled Rainbow Six: Patriots, but we weren’t sure what to expect from its second crack at rebooting the franchise. What Ubisoft showed at its E3 press conference was absolutely encouraging, but here’s the catch: if
The much anticipated Takedown: Red Sabre finally released last Friday, but has unfortunately been beset by launch bugs. Problems with server connections and the enemy AI have marred the launch of the Kickstarted hardcore tactical shooter created by the designer of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon 2.