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Wednesday, 21 November 2007 11:30

Rainbow Six Vegas sequel in the works

Written by David Stellmack

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Playstation 2 and Xbox versions canceled


In case you have not made it to the end of Rainbow Six Vegas yet, we will not spoil the ending for you, but we will tell you that it does set the stage for a sequel; and that was confirmed today with the announcement that Ubisoft Montreal will be cranking up the mayhem in Vegas again with the announcement of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2 that will release sometime next year.

While specific platforms were not announced beyond a confirmed PC version, it is safe to assume that it will debut for Xbox 360 and PS3. Versions of the sequel for the PlayStation Portable and the Wii are perhaps possible. A second edition version for the PlayStation 2 and original Xbox are unlikely.

Ubisoft did not provide many details on the proposed plot for the sequel, other than to say that it would offer an intense solo campaign mode that will offer new tactical possibilities in locations around Las Vegas. The intention is to also offer a multiplayer mode that will tie into the single player mode of the game.

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