Archiv verlassen und diese Seite im Standarddesign anzeigen : Weitere Details zu Rainbow 6 Siege - E3

12-06-14, 13:58

Wir sind für euch auf der E3 unterwegs und diese Gelegenheit haben wir dazu genutzt, noch ein paar weitere Informationen vom Entwickler-Team von Rainbow 6 Siege zu erhalten. Carsten hat natürlich auch diesmal wieder die Kamera dabei laufen lassen. :)

12-06-14, 15:41
Hier mal der ganze Gameplay-Trailer:


12-06-14, 18:14
ich bleibe gespannt :)



24-06-14, 14:42
Ubisofts Game-Designer Andrew Witts hat sich im Rahmen eines Blog-Eintrags noch einmal zu Rainbow Six: Siege geäußert. Unter anderem unterstreicht er darin die Wichtigkeit der zerstörbaren Spielwelt und kündigt männliche Geiseln an. ...

Weiterlesen ... http://www.gamestar.de/spiele/rainbow-six-siege/news/rainbow_six_siege,47418,3057213.html

24-06-14, 17:13
Nach den ganzen Pleiten Pech und Pannen bei Ubisoft trau ich keinem Wort von dennen. Man such ja schon jetzt bei The Divison nach Ausreden wieso das Spiel zum Release nicht die Grafikwucht sein wird.

Ich bleibe skeptisch mit diesem Vorhaben. Im Neustarten haben sie ja mittlerweile Erfahrung.

02-07-14, 17:00

02-07-14, 17:01

02-07-14, 17:02

03-07-14, 22:12
Rainbow Six: Siege wurde zum besten PC-Spiel der E3 2014 gekürt.

Link: http://www.gamecriticsawards.com/winners.html

04-07-14, 15:10
Nachdem ja CoT-Thanatos ( wieder ) so aktiv ist, will ich auch mal was beisteuern,
auch wenn`s schon ein bißchen älter ist.


keep on gaming

04-07-14, 15:15
und gleich nochmal was drauf

Rainbow Six: Patriots Was Canceled to Allow for a "Next-Gen Experience" One of Patriots' developers explains why that game was dropped in favor of Rainbow Six: Siege.
Rainbow Six fans are finally getting a new game (http://www.gamespot.com/articles/e3-2014-rainbow-six-patriots-rebooted-as-siege-for-xbox-one-ps4-pc/1100-6420256/) in Rainbow Six: Siege (http://www.gamespot.com/tom-clancys-rainbow-six-siege/), but what about Patriots (http://www.gamespot.com/tom-clancys-rainbow-6-patriots/), the previously planned game that had been in development for several years? According to the developer, it was dropped in favor of Siege because it wanted to provide "a next-gen experience," and it was simply easier to "clean the slate" and start fresh.
Speaking with Rock, Paper, Shotgun (http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2014/06/17/rainbow-six-patriots-canceled/), Patriots assistant graphic technical director Olivier Couture described how the game's roots in last-generation hardware contributed to its cancelation. "To be completely transparent, I worked on Patriots--on Rainbow Six for three-and-a-half years--and Patriots was old-gen," he said. "Xbox 360 and PS3. Next-gen consoles were just around the corner, and we were like, 'OK, we want to also have a next-gen experience. What can we do for that?'
"We were trying stuff out with destruction technology, and we realized destruction really changes the game. We tried to see how it could fit with old-gen, but it just didn't work out. So for us it was just a better solution to clean the slate, reset, and make what's best for the players.”
This all tracks with what Ubisoft's Tony Key said last year (http://www.gamespot.com/articles/rainbow-six-patriots-moves-to-next-gen/1100-6410181/) when it was announced that Patriots had shifted from last-generation systems to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. "Rainbow 6 got caught in the transition of going to next-gen and essentially we're figuring out 'well, are we making the right game for the right hardware systems?'" Key said last June. In August, Ubisoft's Alain Corre said the company was "iterating" on Patriots, but would not confirm whether it would continue to use that name (http://www.gamespot.com/articles/rainbow-6-patriots-still-in-development/1100-6413530/).
Patriots had been planned as a story-focused game where a counter-terrorism squad was tasked with dealing with American insurgents going by the name True Patriots. Ubisoft said players would have to deal with "tough ethical decisions."
So far, there is no sign of any of this being present in Rainbow Six: Siege, which was announced last week at E3 (http://www.gamespot.com/articles/e3-2014-rainbow-six-patriots-rebooted-as-siege-for-xbox-one-ps4-pc/1100-6420256/). What we've seen so far is fun (http://www.gamespot.com/articles/e3-2014-rainbow-six-returns-with-rainbow-six-siege-and-it-s-really-fun/1100-6420334/) (if troubling with the way it handles women (http://www.gamespot.com/articles/the-disturbing-representation-of-women-in-the-rainbow-six-siege-e3-demo/1100-6420266/)), but it's all been multiplayer. The game will, however, have a single-player component, though Couture says he can't discuss it because the scope "is not completely clear yet." He also said, "I can't say if it will be more cinematic [like Patriots was] yet."
Siege, which has been in the works for about 18 months, will launch in 2015 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Upcoming Shooter Rainbow Six: Siege Will Have Both Male and Female Hostages Responding to recent controversy, Ubisoft has confirmed that both males and females will be hostages in the upcoming shooter.
If you didn't catch Ubisoft's E3 press conference (http://www.gamespot.com/articles/e3-2014-all-the-news-from-the-ubisoft-press-conference/1100-6420268/) a couple weeks ago, it showed off a new installment in the Rainbow Six franchise, Rainbow Six: Siege (http://www.gamespot.com/tom-clancys-rainbow-six-siege/). And while the demo Ubisoft presented was visually impressive, it incited controversy because of the use of a woman as a hostage (http://www.gamespot.com/articles/the-disturbing-representation-of-women-in-the-rainbow-six-siege-e3-demo/1100-6420266/).
Now, Ubisoft technical artist Olivier Couture has attempted to end some of the debate by confirming that, in fact, there will be male hostages in Siege as well. In an interview with Rock, Paper, Shotgun (http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2014/06/24/rainbow-six-siege-hostage-mode-male-hostages/), Couture says, "We're also gonna have male hostages. That's part of the plan.”
Why did Ubisoft choose to use a female hostage in the stage demo? Couture explains that the developer wanted the audience to sympathize with the hostage and want to protect her. "I know some people asked about the hostage in the demo," he says. "I mean, when we did that design we felt a lot of empathy with the hostage. We wanted people to want to protect her. If the hostage gets killed a team loses the game, so we wanted players to care about the hostage so that's the design we chose."
The team is focusing on realism with the hostages, as well. It wants each civilian to act as naturally and predictably as possible for a person in such a situation, while keeping the game fair for the player. Couture explains, "We're trying to define next-gen with the hostage. We call that a 'living hostage.' So she'll react to explosions and things like that. It's pretty cool. She'll cough because of the dirt in the air, she covers herself when there's shooting – those sorts of things. We want the player to be able to move her into different positions, for there to be fluid controls. It's a balance between player comfort and reality."
Rainbow Six: Siege comes out in 2015 for Xbox One (http://www.gamespot.com/xbox-one/), PlayStation 4 (http://www.gamespot.com/ps4/), and PC (http://www.gamespot.com/pc/). We were impressed with what we got to play of Siege at E3. Keep an eye on GameSpot for more news of the game as it becomes available.

keep on gaming