Rainbow Six Siege will supply modes prioritizing efficiency or decision, plus a bunch of visible upgrades, when its PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X variations launch on Dec. 1, Ubisoft announced Tuesday.
Siege will get a efficiency mode, which targets a body fee of 120 frames per second with dynamic 4K decision, and a decision mode, which can go for 60 fps motion at a locked 4K decision. That will apply to each the PS5 and Xbox Series X. On the Xbox Series S, said Ubisoft, the efficiency mode will goal 120 frames per second at 1080p; decision mode will shoot for 60 fps at 1728p.
“The graphical power of the PlayStation 5 enables better lighting and depth of field improvements, especially on long distance,” mentioned Sony’s Tim Turi in a PlayStation Blog post. “Get ready to literally see your favorite map in a new light, and uncover new levels of detail.”
The PlayStation 5 model of Siege can have unique options by way of the DualSense controller. “Squeezing the trigger emulates the resistance of an actual trigger,” Turi mentioned. This resistance will fluctuate in accordance with the weapon: mild and fast for pistols, heavier for the LMG. “Players will also be able to feel the difference between single fire and full-automatic for full immersion,” Turi added.
Players with a present copy of Rainbow Six Siege on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One could improve to the PS5 or Xbox Series X model without charge. Their development and inventories will carry over, as properly. Additionally, cross-play might be enabled between Siege gamers on PS4 and PS5, and Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
Ubisoft again in March confirmed cross-generation play functionality for Rainbow Six Siege, and the PS4 and Xbox One variations are already backward-compatible on the newer consoles.