IGN's Nate Ahearn writes:
"Call me old school, but I'm one of those gamers who can't begin playing a triple-A title in anything but single-player mode. I have to get through the entire solo campaign before I even think about scratching the surface of any adversarial or cooperative multiplayer. There's something about the experience of being completely engrossed in a storyline that can't be matched when someone else's voice is constantly ringing through my head. Just recently we had the opportunity to spend some time with the new single-player campaign for Rainbow Six Vegas 2. The story is broader, spanning more locations and featuring a new team of Rainbow operatives from what we saw in Vegas 1."