“We’ve been getting good feedback on the content of the beta, and matchmaking and server stability have already been improved”, an Ubisoft staffer said on Reddit.
There is no story mode per se.
You’ll be able to play the Rainbow Six: Siege closed beta for an additional 3 days, extending the duration from its previous end date of 29th September to Thursday, 1st October.
The creative vision for Rainbow Six Siege has always been strongly focused on a compelling cooperative and multiplayer experience.
Simply put, it’s more of a training mode for players to get accustomed to each of the game’s Operators.
“It’s a pretty good training ground”, Mitchell added. “On top or that you’re unlocking the same content as you would playing in PvP”.
“You’re still gaining stars, reknown points and new operatives”, Mitchell furthered.
It seems Ubisoft is pitching the single player mode as a sort of training ground where players can practice the game before hitting the multiplayer scene.
Nonetheless, despite having no campaign that will allow gamers to play by their selves, Mitchell cited that the game will be offering a custom match creation instead where gamers can play with AI teammates.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege heads to Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 from 13 October. Ubisoft has previously said it thinks the game will become its highest-selling shooter ever, even surpassing Far Cry 4.