But was the hostage saved?
Rainbow Six Siege’s 4.2 Update Finally Fixes Clash Invincibility Exploit, Will Go Live on Consoles Soon
Clash is back and her invincibility exploit has been fixed.
The new team is led by Leroy Athanassoff, with the goal of “expanding the ‘game universes.'”
A free weekend kicks off tomorrow.
Monster Hunt is a new five-on-five game mode.
Users caught exploiting the system will have their matchmaking placement reset.
The ban wave is hitting consoles and PC, both.
The list of patch notes features numerous minor improvements.
This might be thanks to a sale.
Operator balance changes and bug fixes are the name of the game with this update!
Joining Gods and Monsters and Watch Dogs Legion as an early 2020 release for Ubi.
It may not seem like it, but there’s certainly truth to this.
The mode is only available until July 16, 2019.
Looks like another Rainbow Six is in the works, after all.
The focus is solely on multiplayer experiences.
A sequel will segregate players.
Most major Ubisoft releases are represented in some fashion.
Please be a new Splinter Cell game!
But it’s not being actively worked on.
Ubisoft Montreal prefers to keep Siege grounded in reality.
Meet the Aussies: Gridlock and Mozzie.