Rainbow Six: Siege Alpha Footage Leaked
However, in the days of YouTube, Reddit, NeoGAF, and many other online communities to share your game experiences, it is never too long before a publisher's early game footage sees the virtual light of day. This happened with Ubisoft Montreal's Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege yesterday when YouTuber, Gabriel Krieger, put his footage from the recently released closed alpha out into the ether.
As of now, the footage was removed after being posted to YouTube, Dailymotion, and France's JeuxVideo. But worry not, for the footage has been uploaded to many other services, including Blip.TV, All Games Beta, and Polygon. Take a look at the footage below:
A couple of weeks back, Ubisoft was taking sign-ups for a closed alpha. This footage is reportedly taken from that alpha. The video shows a lot that we have not seen before. Besides the new airliner map, the video shows players setting up mobile cover, blocking doorways with barriers, and the video all takes place in multiplayer, not campaign.