he game will stick to core of what makes Rainbow Six a successful franchise: realistic, tactical warfare, no health packs mysteriously laying about, and intense, close-combat. The article also said that the first-person shooter will switch to a third-person camera when your troops are ducking behind cover, like we've already seen in Perfect Dark Zero. From there, players can blindly lay down suppressing fire or pop their heads up for a quick shot. Either way, the new maneuver will further add to the tense style of urban warfare for which Rainbow Six is known, a style in which one well-aimed shot will kill you.
you'd think theywould be talking about a new feature like that too...maybe it's gone already or am i just having to much hope?