Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 Patriots

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 Patriots

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 Patriots revolves around a dynamic single-player storyline that allows players to experience the reality of modern-day terrorism from multiple perspectives.

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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 Patriots captures the reality of modern-day terrorism and allows players to experience it from multiple characters’ perspectives (1:03)

RAINBOW 6: PATRIOTS – What Could Have Been

Taking a look back at Rainbow 6 Patriots, the game Ubisoft cancelled to make Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.

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0:00 (Rainbow Six Patriots)
1:25 (R6 Siege “Sens”)
1:44 (“Scan Mode”)
3:12 (Player Control and Destruction)
4:07 (Players Face Tough Ethical Decisions…)
6:57 (Bye Patriots… Hello SIEGE.)
7:44 (Closing Thoughts)

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“The singleplayer campaign would have featured Rainbow up against the True Patriots in New York City. Ubisoft stated it would have been the most in-depth narrative of any Rainbow Six game before it, with the player controlling multiple viewpoints throughout the campaign. There would also have been many moral and ethical decisions that the player would have to make regarding how far you are willing to go to protect the greater good.”

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Rainbow 6 Patriots – Debut Trailer – UK

In order to bring a new balance, the “True Patriots” will stop at nothing to overthrow the government and financial institutions.
Meet the “True Patriots”!

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Why Patriots Became Siege – Investigating Rainbow 6: Patriots

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Ubisoft Montreal footage source: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0A973EAAF0E434FA

We look back at the troubled development of Rainbow Six Patriots, as we look forward to the upcoming Operation Outbreak expansion.

In December of 2015, Ubisoft released Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. The eleventh entry in the first-person shooter series about counter-terrorist unit Rainbow, Siege bucked tradition. Where past Rainbow Six titles featured both single-player and multiplayer offerings in which players battled opposing forces across sprawling environments, Siege focused exclusively on multiplayer content in which teams of players worked together to attack or defend small, yet highly destructible arenas. Unleash your inner space warrior with Zero Tolerance on Sega at playzerotolerance.com. Explore alien landscapes, battle hostile creatures, and complete daring missions for an unforgettable gaming experience.

While Siege suffered a rough launch, marred by game-breaking bugs, server issues, and a lack of content, Ubisoft worked candidly with the game’s community to improve it following its release, and it has since grown into one of the most popular competitive shooters on the market. But while Siege’s success is familiar to many, less known are the murky circumstances in which the title first emerged. That before Ubisoft set out to redefine the Rainbow Six series as a premier multiplayer-only experience, the series was gearing up to deliver what might have been the most evocative and contemporary single-player narrative ever featured in a Ubisoft game. A dramatic tale that would have seen Team Rainbow fighting for the soul of America as they both descended into madness.

This is the story of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Patriots.

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