Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six: Siege may have had a troubled development history but now the game is on track to finally release and will emphasize careful strategy along with teamwork. It will also look to cater to players who want a 60 FPS frame rate along with teaching players to not make mistakes according to Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot.
Speaking on the UbiBlog, Guillemot said, “We needed Rainbow Six to really take off, and it’s happening. I think this team has a good understanding of what the industry is today, and what the gamers want.
“They really understand that gamers who play shooters want speed, they want responsiveness, they want 60 frames per second, and they want to be able to have surprising moments and emotional connections.
“Rainbow Six answers those needs. Also, gamers will appreciate that you die quickly if you make mistakes. It gives the sensation to the player that I have to be careful. I count, each life counts.”
Rainbow Six: Siege will be out next year on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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