In order to give us an idea of what Rainbow Six Siege can give during the game, here is a gameplay video from the firm alpha currently available from some players. The defense and attack phases are honored.
Rather promising and especially expected by fans of the series, Rainbow Six Siege promises the return of the FPS / infiltration license left aside for many years. Currently under development within Ubisoft Montreal, the title of the Tom Clancy franchise is currently available in closed playable alpha.
Until the beta is deployed, here’s a gameplay video of this first version available, offering a first foray into gameplay in multiplayer.
The defense part with the police as well as the attack with the terrorists are highlighted, showing the possible approaches as well as the tools available to perfect the actions.
For now, the final version of Rainbow Six Siege is scheduled to be marketed in 2015 on PC, Xbox One and PS4.