New and Improved Shield in Rainbow Six Siege (Test Server Gameplay)



So R6 changed the deployable shield and basically made it into a portable Mira. It takes some getting used to but IMO it is a very strong gadget for the defense.

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  1. The issue with small slits such as those is that the player close to the shield can see A LOT through them – sometimes the entire enemy player. Whereas the enemy, if a bit furter away can barely see shit unless the background is very bright – making it obvious someone's sitting there.

    Honestly I was hoping for the shield to have a sort of metal hatch you could open/close once the shield is deployed. To add a sort of risk/reward aspect to it. If an attacker shoots the hatch a bit, it'll either get destroyed/jammed in open position.

    You expose yourself by opening a hatch – risk.
    You can see what's in front of the shield – reward.

    Attackers can counter it without fancy gadgets – by making noise(shooting), revealing their position.

  2. If you’d guys see a person called wolfivine with some numbers it has a 7 for the first part he is a hacking wall but does not wall ya but they kill ya reg so I was camping and he knew someone was there

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