R6: Vegas DLC detailed
Downloadable content pack for Tom Clancy's shooter coming in March; Player's Pack Red Edition features five new multiplayer maps, two new modes.
When most people go to Las Vegas, it usually takes them a while to muster the energy (and bankroll) to make a return visit. Not so with Ubisoft. The French developer announced that it is preparing new downloadable content for the recently released Xbox 360 version of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas.
Due out on Xbox Live Marketplace at the end of March, the Player's Pack Red Edition content pack will include five more multiplayer maps and two new game modes for Vegas. Ubisoft has not announced a price point for the content.
Of the five maps, three will be brand new and two will be Rainbow Six: Vegas maps--Border Town and Killhouse--that have been "revisited and relit." The three new maps are:
Doscala Restaurant--set in Downtown Las Vegas off Fremont Street
Marshalling Yard--a service yard in the center of an industrial district used to store cars
Roof--a coffee factory in Mexico overrun by gang violence
In the new assassination mode, one team will be tasked with defending a VIP, while the other team does its best to take him out. Total Conquest sees teams trying to control strategic points for a certain amount of time.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas is rated M for Mature and retails for $59.99. For more information, read GameSpot's review.
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