Take your guess: what will-we miss from Rainbow Six: Siege?!

Those days the news are always filled with cut content. Yesterday, we wrote about how the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Call of Duty Black Ops 3 will have no campaign mode whatsoever – this makes some sense, because those consoles’ hardware a decade old, and maybe it’s really time to move on to the PS4/XB1 duo. This was topped by Ubisoft and their somewhat unbelievable announcement…
Rainbow Six Siegeir?t=p0559 21&l=ur2&o=2, which received a delay to polish the game in the extra time, will not have a single player campaign in it.

Instead – according to art director Scott Mitchell – there will be a training, where we can meet the characters and the gadgets, plus we can fight against AI bots on cooperative levels. So there is going to be a way to play offline, but there will be no story. We can unlock the same things offline as in playing PvP.

With this, another AAA game stepped onto the pathway of storyless games: after Star Wars Battlefront and the prev-gen Call of Duty Black Ops 3, Rainbow Six Siege has showed up. Is it a good thing…?

Anyway, the Rainbow Six Siegeir?t=p0559 21&l=ur2&o=2 beta was successful, so can we expect another success at the store?

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