Ubisoft prepared a new episode for Gamescom about introducing the countries’ special forces teams in Rainbow Six Siege. This time around, the German Grenzchutzgruppe 9 der Bundespolizei, or GSG-9 in short is in the focus. This team exists since the seventies, after the ordinary police forces weren’t able to perform their tasks during the München olimpics. This team isn’t made of military members, but policemen. The GSG-9 are aggressive and precise, just like German things should be.
It looks like Rainbow Six Siege has every chance to be a great game, while also able to pick up the gauntlet against Counter-Strike, especially because the game is going to be out on October 13 for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One as well. Siege runs on the AnvilNext engine, which was first used in Assassin’s Creed III three years ago, but this will be adopted in the 2016 games Ghost Recon Wildlands and For Honor as well. The potential is there in both the engine and in Siege, although the graphics have recieved the usual downgrade again… was it a good idea to delete the Patriots game? Probably it was.
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