Rainbow Six: Siege Pushed Back

GameInformer reported long-awaited Rainbow Six: Siege has been pushed back. Results from the closed alpha and sessions at E3 and Gamescom  lead Ubisoft to push the release till the first of December, stating there were several adjustments they wanted to make, including polish and co-op elements across all game modes.

Polish is always a good thing, especially with such an acclaimed series. If the developer has learned anything from the backlash of Unity’s release, it’s “polish, polish, polish.”

The closed beta begins September 24th, and the full game will release on all platforms as well as PC.

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Tony is a passionate and devoted gamer who studies, examines, and enjoys all aspects of games from narrative, script, and score, to character development, and of course, gameplay and graphical quality. He enjoys Action/Adventure and RPGs like Last of Us and The Witcher, respectively. He writes about a myriad of topics within the gaming community, including but not limited to: reviews, focus pieces such as sexism within the industry and general news surrounding gaming as a whole. If reading about hot topics and enjoy engaging conversations about games, Tony is your go-to guy. When he is not at work, writing, or eating, Tony can be found playing games.

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