All of these match variations and maps add up to gameplay sessions that constantly keep you on edge and in communication with your team mates. Using distractions and the environment around you could be the difference between winning and losing at a crucial moment. On top of this, defending teams can choose to stick around the objective or to split up around the entire location to pick off, detect or simply sneak up on the attackers as they proceed in. Tactics are the main stake here and a lack of proper communication and coordination will put you at a loss. Mix them up every round, bring your A game and see how you can dominate the competition.
With everything looking amazing on the games part, is there anything that goes against the title? Just two elements,first being the lack of story. This game with all the characters, levels, amazing cut scenes and some hilarious dialogue is craving for a single player or co-op campaign that allows you to choose different operators and take on mission with different styles. With all of this said however, the game does not feel like a waste of money because of the lack of a campaign. The title feels, plays and stands as a brilliant addition to the Rainbow Six franchise. It goes to show that although a game can have a narrative behind it, sometimes it just needs a simple explanation of the world to get you fully engrosses which is what Siege accomplishes. The other fault with the game however has to do with its number of maps. For a multiplayer only title, diverse map selection is essential or else you will fall into the CS:GO state of Dust2 syndrome. Although the maps are well done, incentivise changing up approaches to attacking and defending and also vary with different locations for players to start, there isn’t quite enough here. After a while you will get to know the maps inside and out and know more efficient routes to get to objectives. Although this does not hinder the gameplay in the long run, the low number of multiplayer levels early on is sad to see. Luckily new areas that are added as DLC later will be completely free.
Rainbow Six Siege is one of the best games to come out at the very end of 2015. If you are an FPS player looking for something different, a CS:GO player looking to mix things up or someone craving for a game focused on tactics and teamwork, then this is perfect for you. With an easy entry level, a nice selection of operators to choose from and plenty of hours of non-stop fun, this is simply one game you must get your hands on before the year comes to a close. Especially since the new operators being released will be free DLC which you unlock with renown. Value, Action, Tactics and Brilliance. The ultimate blend that you have to make this Rainbow Six experience one of the best.