Today at 11am PST, Ubisoft will be streaming a live multiplayer game session of their latest Rainbow Six game, Rainbow Six: Siege. You can watch the stream right here when it goes live.
Announced during Ubisoft’s E3 presser, Rainbow Six: Siege diverges from the traditional Tom Clancy games in that there is less focus on story, and more emphasis on multiplayer. Featuring five-on-five showdowns between the Rainbow team and the terrorists they are after.
The series has been absent for some time, with the last console-based entry in the franchise being 2008’s Rainbow Six: Vegas 2. The wait may have been worth it, as Siege received praise from fans and critics alike, picking up 4 nominations for Best of E3. We had a chance to play the game at E3, and you can read more about Rainbow Six: Siege in our hands-on preview.
In addition to the livestream, Ubisoft is also showing off a new trailer for the game. The trailer shows off the impressive destructible environments and is a more cinematic showing of the demo unveiled at E3. The game is still some time from completion, coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC sometime in 2015.