Rainbow Six Siege Saga Continues
It has been a bad few weeks for Ubisoft and Rainbow Six Siege, with issues in the last Beta, servers not going live to coincide with release and now Ubisoft being accused of misleading players. Not a good time to be them.
So how has this new problem came around? Well, prior to the games release there were rumours surrounding the fact that you had to be online to play parts of Rainbow Six Siege. As such, numerous fans were concerned about purchasing the title. Why buy a full price title on release if they wouldn’t be able to utilize certain feature’s of game without an internet connection, and rightly so, nobody wants to purchase a game they can only half enjoy. Ubisoft were straight onto this in a previous statement (before launch):
The creative vision for Rainbow Six Siege has always been strongly focused on a compelling cooperative and multiplayer experience. The game supports solo play when playing Terrorist Hunt offline & online and we will provide further details on single-player content in the near future.
Thanks for all your suppport!
However if you visit the Ubisoft Forum, you will begin to discover more and more posts from angry gamers who have now, after purchasing the game, found situations that are NOT available offline. Ubisoft have clarified this on their forums:
“an internet connection is required to play Terrorist Hunt mode,” and that “currently only situations and custom multiplayer are available offline.”
This obviously doesn’t help the people who have purchased the game and feel let down by Ubisoft, hopefully something will be done in the near future to rectify this and to appease the disgruntled fans.
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