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For those of you who have never played a version of Rainbow Six before, this mode of play is where you’re given the chance to execute a set of clear-cut objectives as you work towards making it to the end of the level. You’ll need to think tactically, being aware of the environment around you and being able to judge which areas of the level are more or less desirable for your approach.
If you bought the physical game but don’t own the Raven Shield post 2007 CD version then this is a must-have, as it sets you back about thirty pence. I guess that’d be sixty quid, if you’re American, which explains why your copy is all scratched up… No amount of physical games ever had as satisfying or useful a feature as this.
Have you heard the rumours? Rainbow Six Development is turning into SPECTRE. One day the raven may come to you. Pertaining to any and all of the above, this is the first official update to R6:3. It’s been a long time coming, but now the R6:3 team has released a set of servers to host the beta version for letting people test the update before the full release. A really bad time for me to go on vacation – assuming I can actually find the time to do any on-line gaming even with the beta version available for testing.
The Rainbow Six team has announced the release of a dedicated server which would allow players to discuss the Raven Shield post 2007 CD R6:3 release on the official Rainbow Six forums. Along with this, the option to purchase the Raven Shield CD-image via the official Steam website is now made available to players who have never purchased the Raven Shield. It is currently listed as being in beta and an anticipated release date is April 20th, 2007. This means that we would be able to purchase it from April 29th, 2007 and check out the walk-through video for the game.
In some ways, this software mirrors the work UBISoft does for the community where they patch up a single Microsoft Windows application. The only differences being that we’re not addressing a single application, but rather patching every single executable in a game, and it’s public, free, new and exciting!