Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Siege is a solo-player shooting game. By playing, you utilize the operators and the of the rainbow team. The good thing about this game, it promotes unity despite having different nationalities. The team comprises of different nationalities, gadgets, and weapons. It has an asymmetrical structure by feature. That’s why the game is not entirely balanced in their ability choices.
You can play the role of an American Hostage Rescue Team, German GSG -9, The British SAS, French GIGN, and the Russian Spetnaz. Each of these has an operator that you can split per unit. It is between the defenders and attackers. You can also have access to a recruit operator. One fantastic tool of this game is you can be flexible in the assortment of your equipment. The game is at the expense of getting a gadget or customizing your weapon.
The players can choose any operator from the units, and they can use them to attack and defend before the round starts. You can select spawn points and attachments for your guns. If you want an item, you can also buy from in-game shops. Using the in-game currency, you can buy cosmetics and operators. They call it Renown, you gain it at the end of the game matches according to your battle performance.
If you begin an online match, the attackers plan and choose spawn points to launch an attack. The defenders also strategize to defend the bases. In this game, you will have a one-minute preparatory period.
The game strongly features environmental destruction. In achieving this objective, your weapons have a procedural destruction system. You can plant explosive and to break the structures, or make bullet holes by shooting. It is a survival game.