The ongoing closed beta is running at 1080p on and 900p on , Ubisoft confirmed in a . The edition’s resolution, meanwhile, will fluctuate between 720p and 1080p depending on how beefy your rig is ().
These figures are for the game as it currently stands in closed beta. Final performance could be better. “We’re still looking to push the hardware as much as possible in order to deliver a quality experience for players and will be able to share more about the final resolution once we’re closer to release date,” Ubisoft said.
The Siege closed beta . To get in, you’ll need to preorder the game or acquire a key through other means.
It was also confirmed today, during a panel at Europe’s EGX convention attended by , that Siege will not offer “a story mode per se.” That’s according to art director Scott Mitchell.
“There is no story mode per se,” Mitchell explained. “You go through training, where you get to experience different operators and their devices. You can play against enemy AI in co-op through all the maps. You can customize matches, so that’s what we’re offering on the single-player side of things.”
This is not to say Siege won’t offer any single-player. Back in June, that Siege will have “scenario-based missions” similar to those seen in past Rainbow Six games. “Each scenario is designed with single-player in mind, though all of them can be played in co-op,” Ubisoft said at the time. “As with the Hostage Rescue mode revealed at E3 last year, there’s no respawning; if you go down once, you’re down for good.”
Siege was, but it was . Ubisoft has high hopes for Siege, as the publisher said back in May that the game , surpassing . At the time, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said the game’s replayability “will be key to the game’s success.”
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