Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege Crack/Patch

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is inspired by real world counter-terrorist organizations, and inserts players in the middle of lethal close-quarters engagements. For the first time in a Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six game, players can choose from a variety of unique Counter Terrorist Operators and engage in tangible sieges, a new style of assault in which enemies have the means to transform their environments into modern strongholds while Rainbow Six teams lead the assault to breach the enemy’s position.

Download Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 81 / 100
User rating
7.2
Downloads 8049
Genre Modern, Action, Shooter, First-Person, Tactical
Company / Developer
Ubisoft / Ubisoft Montreal

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege reviews ( 7 )

hermannius, Dec 1, 2015

Finally FPS which requires usage of brain unlike some retarded CoD or one of the million CoD clones. Awesome maps, destructible environment, great weapons, unlocks etc. GOTY material.

TRUEGAMMER, Dec 16, 2015

Deal with it ti's a great shooter and many hate it just cause it's ubisoft. Do its a pretty fun and adictive game do it's made by ubisoft it's still pretty good and worth 60$.

n0toriou5, Dec 1, 2015

A refreshing take on the FPS genre that sits closer to CS: GO on the FPS spectrum than it does to BF/COD. I expect this game to get polarized reviews, either people will love it, or hate it because experience can differ heavily. When you have a team that works together with mics and coordinates, its one of the best games I've played in the last couple years - however when you have a lone wolf that insists on doing their own thing or a team that doesn't really coordinate it can be very frustrating. Overall my experience has been really positive (PC), people seem to be getting into the spirit of the game and while there are a couple bugs, there isn't anything too major that detracts from the overall experience. Although there are still micro-transactions, I give props to Ubi for free DLC maps and operators. Overall I think this is a strong shooter that will get better in the coming months.

mitzle, Jan 23, 2016

I am cutting to the chase: RB6 Siege offers a great gaming experience (disclaimer: I have never played another RB6 game) with great graphics, sound effects and even HD textures. This is just the shell of the game offering far more than that. Gameplay: It is a attackers-/defenders game with a few scenarios: hostage, bio hazard seizure, bomb disarming. Both sides undergo a prep phase (t = 30 s), during which attackers try to find the objective and locate enemies with motorized ground drones and defenders need to find a defending strategy using different gadgets. No round will be the same, since your tactics will vary because of ever changing objective spots and different operators (see below). Another variable is the destructible environment around you. Walls or floors can be blown up, smashed or shot through. Effects for destruction are top notch! Operators: Represented are five nations' special forces (France, USA, GB, Russia, Germany). Herein are 4 unlockable operators each. 2 defenders, 2 attackers, 20 in total. They feature different skills and specifics, which brings much variety to the game. Every operator has any operator specific weapon available from the start on! YOU can choose which reticle or other attachment you want to unlock against progression points. Progression: You can earn easy points via singleplayer and watching introductional videos. The harder earned but higher rewarded points you will collect via multiplayer. And here is the only downside I see so far: You also can buy XP boosters against real money. This is not directly corrupting, but it has a certain taste to it. The ugly: You don't have a server browser. It is matchmaking. Most of the time it works properly, but I prefer a browser where you can change your preferences. Now you are bound to the "casual" game style until operator level 20, after which you will be able to play "ranked" to earn more XP. The thing is, that even after level 20 you are able to play "casual", which leads to people on lvl 80+ to bash noobs in "casual". Another issue is the ping fidelity. Synchronization does not seem to work properly all the time, which leads to many deaths resulting from latency. This is annoying, since you have to wait for the round to end after you die. Bottom line: I enjoy the game a lot. I've been playing for around 10 hours and I already got 14/20 operators with the inventory of my choosing. This seems to be one of the best features, which games like Battlefield or CoD don't seem to want to implement. I'd rather skip the part of giving points, but metacritic works like that, so I'm guessing 5/7 (let's see, who gets it).

kordivan, Oct 17, 2017

2500 horas de juego, he sufrido con los interminables cheats que se renuevan cada 3 a 4 meses y que al parecer la conpañia ya no le toma importancia. los glitches aparecen mas y mas corrijen 1 y salen 3 mas, la conexion en los servers ya es buena en el primer bimestre si era intermitente. Con las armas si han echo un mejor trabajo pero los mapas estan tan rotos que cuando apareces ya estas muerto

Glitshy, Mar 26, 2016

It just isn't worth it. It's not worth 60 bucks. It's not worth playing alone. And it's not worth the name Rainbow Six, as it doesn't have a campaign, which made the series what it is. Every Rainbow Six had one, but hey threw it out of the window as soon as Tom Clancy couldn't argue about it, and it even costs much less money for Ubisoft. Obviously no reason to make it cost less than 60 bucks. And they even could use his name. $$$

Th3Badwolf, Feb 18, 2016

Filled with bugs, nonsense and error. Gameplay is very nice WHEN it works. It is beyond comprehension that having 32gb of ram and 2 R9 290X still get me some hard lag. Way to go ubi.