Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard Set To Breach And Clear March 17
Gameloft's upcoming third person shooter encourages teamwork when it comes to shooting people in their stupid faces.
We rolled into San Francisco last week expecting to play (or at the very least, catch a glimpse of) Gameloft's impressive looking iPhone shooter, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard. You can therefore imagine our disappointment upon discovering the game was nowhere to be found.
Naturally, this wasn't a deal breaker, and thankfully, we don't have long to wait, as the game will debut on the App Store March 17.
Shadow Vanguard is the latest addition to the longstanding franchise, where you lead a team of four soldiers (including yourself) into hostile territory. The game transitions from first to third person when you go into cover, and there appears to be a wide assortment of weapons to help complete missions.
On top of that, you can expect co-op with up to three players, as well as a ten person versus mode.
We'll review the game shortly following its release, but in the meantime, watch the sweet looking trailer.