Ubisoft informs that the final game performance could be better: “We’re still looking to push the hardware as much as possible in order to deliver a quality experience for players and will be able to share more about the final resolution once we’re closer to release date”. Rainbow Six Siege Beta has began on Thursday, September 24th and will end on Monday, September 28th. Players already pre-ordered the game or acquired the key some other way.
Art director Scott Mitchell confirmed at Europe’s EGX convention that the final version of the game won’t offer “a story mode per se.” This doesn’t mean though that The Siege will lack Single Player Mode. We can still expect to see scenario-based missions as in past Rainbow Six games. Ubisoft reassured game fans: “Each scenario is designed with single-player in mind, though all of them can be played in co-op.. As with the Hostage Rescue mode revealed at E3 last year, there’s no respawning; if you go down once, you’re down for good”