Rainbow Six 3: Athena Sword Interview at GameSpot
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Gaming publication GameSpot has posted a new interview on the upcoming expansion set to the popular Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield, Rainbow Six 3: Athena Sword. In the interview, GameSpot sits down with Ubi Soft Milan's producer Nicola Aitoro to talk about just a few of the game's many new aspects, including added content, gameplay additions, audio, graphics, and more. Here's a snippit:
GS: What multiplayer modes and content will be included in Athena Sword? For the full scoop, check out the interview. Although Raven Shield is currently not planned for Mac, Rainbow Six, Rogue Spear, and Ghost Recon, most Tom Clancy games, have been ported to the Mac. And, considering the game uses the Unreal Warfare engine, currently available on the Mac, a port is quite possible. Stay tuned as we keep you posted on news about Raven Shield and its upcoming expansion, Athena Sword, shipping for PC sometime in September.
Rainbow Six 3: Athena Sword Q&A
NA: There will be four new multiplayer modes: adversarial terrorist hunt, adversarial scattered hunt (these should already be familiar), capture the enemy, and kamikaze. The last two are completely new and deserve a detailed explanation. In CTE, players never die, but once shot, they surrender, and the other player has eight seconds to get to them and handcuff them. Once handcuffed, a player can do nothing but move the third-person camera and wait for a teammate to free him.
In kamikaze, a random member of the green team is chosen to be the bomb carrier. He is equipped with a pistol only and a heartbeat sensor. Green team must find the defusing kit, which is located at the red team base, while red team should either kill the bomb carrier or find the detonator at the green team base.
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