Like excellent animated shorts "Hammer and Scalpel" help players build Siege The richer the world, the more the player can identify himself with his characters and enjoy Siege beyond his tactical gameplay .
You can also see that Thatcher restrains a bunch of hooligans in a bar like a sand A scene from Kingsman The short presentation Harishva "Harry" Pandey "a leader who takes over the power of Angela Bassett's hero in the game, as a new start for Siege's story-telling ambitions, moving from the ultra-serious tone of the game's origin. it's even quite useful
Ubisoft uses this opportunity to announce Rainbow Six Universe, a story-telling team that stories in the siege. It is unclear whether this means more animations or extensions in other media, but "hammer and scalpel" make an amazing first impression.
Today Ubisoft introduced his first animated short film about Rainbow Six Siege during Six Invitational. Nobody knew what to expect when Ubisoft annoyed a "short film," but the short "Hammer and the Scalpel" was impressive
. goes over long distances to expand the personality of the operator, which we see only in their buried bio-games. He's also incredibly well-animated and impressive with realism that challenges the game. I liked to hear more than the voices of the operators, which are usually limited to short noises during the game. world. The richer the world, the more players can identify with their characters and enjoy beyond their tactical gameplay. "Manners Maketh Man" scene from Kingsman . Harrishva "Harry" Pandi, the new "Six" leader, who deals with the character of Angela Bassett, opened at the beginning of the game. The direction comes as a new start for Siege's storyline storyline ambitions, moving from the ultra-serious tone of the game's origins. Instead, the brief hope message is even quite useful
Ubisoft uses this opportunity to announce the Rainbow Six Universe, a team dedicated to telling more stories within the siege . It is unclear whether this means more animated short films or extensions in other media, but "Hammer and Scalpel" make an incredible first impression.