Rainbow Six Siege Beta Extended, No Single Player Story Mode, Know The Resolution Per Platform, And More News For The Highly Anticipated FPS Game Here

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Excited to see what story and set-pieces await you in the single player mode in Rainbow Six: Siege? Don?t get your hopes-up because Ubisoft has recently announced that their game will have no campaign mode.

While there will be no campaign mode, the game will still have single player missions, although, they only feel and serve like a training ground for players, Polygon reported. This missions help players ?experience different operators and their devices? and fight against enemy AI, said Scott Mitchell, the game?s art director. ?It?s a pretty good training ground? and on top of that you?re unlocking the same content as you would playing in PvP,? Mitchell said as reported by Polygon.

Other games without a singleplayer campaign is Evolve, Titanfall, and the upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront. Call of Duty Black Ops 3 will also have no campaign mode on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.


The Rainbow Six Siege beta has been publicly available since September 24 and you continue enjoying playing the game until October 1, PC Gamer reported. The beta has been extended because some players have been unable to gain access of the beta, the report said. Here is what a Ubisoft spokesperson said regarding the beta extension:

?The GOOD news is that for those who have received their access, the experience has been trending positively! We?ve been getting good feedback on the content of the beta, and matchmaking and server stability have already been improved. There are still a few issues to work out, of course, and we will continue to do that over the course of the beta. Given the current situation, we?ve made the decision to extend the Closed Beta by 3 days.?

PS4 Trumps Over Xbox One

If you have the luxury of gaming on two current gen consoles and still haven?t gotten on board the Rainbow Six Siege beta, you might want to opt playing the game on PS4. According to GameSpot, the PS4 version of the game runs at 1080p while it is only 900p on Xbox One. ?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,? Ubisoft said as reported by GameSpot.

Tom Clancy?s Rainbow Six Siege will be made available this December 1, 2015 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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