A collection of new trailers has been released for the next installment in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six video game series, Rainbow Six: Siege, featuring Pacific Rim and Beasts of No Nation star Idris Elba.
You can read more about the game and watch the new trailers below.
Mr. Tom Clancy left us in 2013, but his name lives on. Ubisoft brought three different titles bearing the Clancy name to E3 2015: Tom Clancy’s The Division, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege.
Ubisoft brought a whole lot of the latter title to share with excited fans. First there was a stage presentation, which consisted of a trailer featuring a very realistic video game version of Angela Bassett (before Miss Bassett herself came out) and a live co-op mission. They also released some new trailers for the game, including the Bassett one which introduces a new threat known as the White Masks, a terrorist hunt co-op trailer, and a multiplayer trailer.
You can check out all of these Rainbow Six: Siege videos below.
If you were excited to see the resurfacing of the next game in the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six series, once titled Patriots but eventually changed up and retitled Rainbow Six: Siege, here’s a treat for you.
A new near 37-minute gameplay demo has found its way online. But instead of showing a staged match, as was shown at E3 2014, this video shows you many matches between two teams so you can really get a feel for what it’s like to be on both sides, and the strategies that can be used in either breaching the house and trying to secure the hostage or locking down the house and trying to hold the fort.
You can watch the new Rainbow Six: Siege gameplay below.
It’s been close to three years already since we saw that great gameplay demo for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Patriots. After that, the game disappeared. Yesterday at E3 2014, however, Rainbow Six made its epic return.
But it wasn’t Patriots this time; now the game is titled Rainbow Six: Siege, and the demo shown was for a multiplayer mode where you and your team face off against another team trying to rescue a hostage. The best part? It appears that when you take an enemy out, they stay out, so no running out in the open, guns blazing like an ’80s action movie star knowing you’ll respawn a few seconds after death.