Next-gen Rainbow Six hitting Vegas


Ubisoft has announced today that its flagship studio is working on a new Rainbow Six game set in the Nevada gambling Mecca. This game is titled Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas and will be released later this year. It is undetermined if it will come in next or current generation consoles because no specific platforms were identified, however it is suspected that it will come to Xbox 360.





Ubisoft's announcement had no details about Rainbow Six Vegas'
gameplay, other than saying it will "push the envelope of technology
through graphics, artificial intelligence, physics, and animation." It
did, however, offer a few details about the game's story. After
explaining that over 36.7 million people visit Las Vegas each year, the
announcement rhetorically asks, "What happens when one of the world's
most famous cities is held hostage by terrorists?" It then goes on to
reveal that the game will follow its titular "elite counter-terrorism
unit" as its members try and foil "a terrorist threat of global
proportions."


It
is the third Tom Clancy-inspired game announced for next-generation
consoles: Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter will ship for
the Xbox 360 on March 9, and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent
will hit the platform in September.





News source: GameSpot

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