Seven years after the release of the last Rainbow Six game, we've seen a multitude of strictly online-only FPS games come and go as the focus on blockbuster solo campaigns have started to dwindle. It takes a lot for a predominantly multiplayer FPS game to entice players to keep coming back for the long haul. Luckily, Rainbow Six Siege's unique brand of intense, tactical shootouts are unlike anything else in the first-person shooter scene.
In a scene dominated by the likes of Halo and Call of Duty, we're always glad to look back at a series that always tries to do something different. We decided not to include any of the series' expansions, as many of the PC Rainbow Six games had a slew of add-ons that you were able to get. Put your gas masks on and get ready to breach the door, because we're about to take down the Rainbow Six series, and we're going from Worst to First.
After the underwhelming reception the masses had to Assassin's Creed Unity and its Titanic-sized glitches, Ubisoft has decided to take the franchise to the Industrial Revolution and turn the Templar war into Gangs of New York. All DiCaprio references aside, Assassin's Creed Syndicate is a proper return to form which makes amends for Unity's shortcomings while establishing itself as one of the finer entries of the franchise. The series last two solid entries, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and Assassin's Creed Rogue, took us across the Atlantic to the open seas of the new world, but Syndicate takes us to London as it's growing from the boom of the 19th century technology.
With Assassin's Creed Syndicate's release on the horizon, it's time we look back at the series best and worst entries. The war between the Templar and Assassins have been going on for centuries, and there have been all kinds of adventures where we played as a famous Assassin (and occasional Templar) to unearth secrets that could alter the future of humanity.
Ubisoft's Rainbow Six Siege is joining the growing list of first-person shooters that have forgone solo story campaigns to focus on multiplayer.
Ubisoft takes a big step for LGBTQ inclusivity by adding Ned Wynert to the cast of Assassin's Creed Syndicate.
Ubisoft is bringing some of its video game franchises to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in the form of a 10,000-square-meter indoor theme park.
Say hello to the GSG9, the German counter-terrorist unit that'll be leading intense assaults on criminals throughout Rainbow Six Siege.
At Gamescom 2015, Ubisoft released a new trailer for Assassin's Creed Syndicate, featuring the twin assassins, Evie and Jacob Frye.
Watch the Contagion and Outbreak-esque story of Tom Clancy's The Division unfold in this dark trailer focusing on a horrific epidemic plaguing New York.