First details on Rainbow Six Vegas 2

The Official Xbox Magazine has revealed the first details on the Rainbow Six Vegas sequel, which is currently planned for a release in Q1 2008 in Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC. The first details are summarized below.

- The game will have 11 new weapons.
- Rainbow Six Vegas 2 will also feature 11 new multiplayer maps, of which a few remakes from Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield.
- There will also be 2 new multiplayer modes.
- The Xbox Live part is also expanded with a new 'Search' function, for quicker results in match findings.
- You will also be able to join matches that have already started, so that you don't have to wait until the round is over for you to start.
- Ubisoft has also strongly modified the enemy A.I. for the singleplayer part.
- You will also be able to choose between a male or female character in the singleplayer. Plus you will be able to customize your character in lost of different parts and ways.
- Every cutscene in the game is real-time, like for instance Half Life.
- The singleplayer portion is partly sequel and partly prequel.
- The framerate is much higher, which results in a smoother and better image.
- Planned for release in the US in March 2008.

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THC CELL3941d ago (Edited 3940d ago )

Still NO clan features

Korosuke3940d ago

Give us Hostage Rescue coop mode again.

otherZinc3940d ago

Day 1 purchase! I've been playing VEGAS & GHOST RECON:AW 2 a lot lately.

This game will hit at the right time.

name3940d ago

Damn, that sounds nice. Did they say that you can customize your character for single player or were they referring to the online mode?

Korosuke3940d ago

assuming from this line, -Every cutscene in the game is real-time, like for instance Half Life.
I think that you can customize even a single mode

deepio3940d ago

Customise your character for single player? Does that mean no more Scott Mitchell?

Retro-Virus3940d ago

Isn't he in Ghost Recon ?

You meant Logan ????

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