Saturday, June 12th, 2021

Rainbow Six: Siege begins to remove dead bodies from PvP




Rainbow Six: Siege (Rainbow Six Siege) will now remove permanent corpses from PvP, and the developer said that the decline in realism will help improve the integrity of the competition. Ubisoft announced this change today, and it will see the corpse in the PvP match disappear in a few seconds and be replaced by a translucent icon representing the operator who died in that location.

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Game designer Sébastien François (Sébastien François) explained the problem that led to this change: [in-game corpses] Is that they will not be copied to all players in the same way [in a match].Therefore, sometimes the line of sight will be available to you, but the other line of sight will be unavailable [player]. This will lead to a very unfair situation, in which case you may make a decision that may not be the best decision for the following reasons: [location] This change was made not only to solve this problem, but also to provide players with more information-game operators have so many different skins that it is difficult to tell which character was removed at first glance. The problem should be solved with icons. “This may make the game seem unrealistic,” François continued, “but for us, the main goal is to compete with integrity. This is something we have been working on, and we know it has been for some time. […] But we are indeed striving for the integrity of the competition, and we believe that this change is beneficial to us. ”

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In the context of “Rainbow Six: Siege” as a continuous game, it makes sense to trade realism for fairness. As this game enters the market for its sixth year, naturally fewer new players will seek an immersive, Sim-like experience, and many ordinary viewers will fight for the competitive excitement of this game. Increased fairness should help reduce the frustration of experienced players and provide a certain weight to the game’s immense influence in e-sports. This change is part of the broader evolution of “Siege” recently, replacing its tough, monochromatic in-game style with a more dynamic approach, representing its evolution into a sport rather than the traditional ” “Tom Clancy” game. But this is not to say that Ubisoft is not trying Rainbow Six-the PvE-focused Rainbow Six Parasite (active title) should be launched this year after some major delays. Outside the company, several Siege leaders have also begun to develop a new online multiplayer game for Amazon.

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