With Rainbow Six Vegas 2 on the verge of release and the series promising to close with a climatic finale, IGN sat down with game designer Philippe Therien to find out what surprises the game has in store for rookies and Rainbow Six vets alike.
IGN: How big a part of the game is multiplayer in Vegas 2?
Philippe Therien: Multiplayer is as important in Rainbow as single-player. In the past Rainbow was very much led by multiplayer and the single-player was almost non-existent. That's not to say it wasn't good, there just wasn't the same emphasis on it. I think now it's pretty much 50-50, nothing has just been tacked on. Everything is very polished.