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Rainbow Six: Siege to bring back Terrohunt

Ubisoft has confirmed Rainbow Six: Siege will bring back the classic Terrohunt mode.

A major fan favourite in previous Rainbow Six titles, Terrohunt can be played co-operatively against the AI or on your own.

The game features close quarters combat like you’ve never seen before, where you must work together to take out enemies within a stronghold.

Each mission has a different objective, but Ubisoft claims that Siege features the “most challenging AI in a game ever”.

In the live demo shown during the Ubisoft E3 2015 press conference a task force must defuse bombs in the French Consulate.

As with the previous modes we’ve been shown from Rainbow Six: Siege, you’ll be able to use your weaponry arsenal to destroy the scenery and change up the gameplay.

There’s a tonne of freedom in the way you approach the Siege Terrohunt modes.

Siege will introduce four Terrohunt modes including the “classic Terrohunt mode”.

The full beta will launch September 24 on all platforms, offering gamers a chance to get hands on with the PvP modes and the Terrohunt features too.

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Ubisoft also confirmed that Siege will star Angela Basset in-game as the eponymous Six. She plays the head of the anti-terrorist organisation.

Rainbow Six: Siege is due to be released next year on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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