Rainbow Six Vegas is now available to download for free via the Xbox Marketplace as part of Microsoft's Games with Gold promotion. It weighs in at 6.6GB
Ubisoft has told Eurogamer that Rainbow Six Vegas 2 for PC will still be arriving on 17th April, not one week earlier as a freshly made schedule suggested this morning.
Ubisoft has been splatting bugs that were buzzing around the PC version of tactical-shooter Rainbow Six Vegas.
It's also been adding things, too, like Assassination and Conquest game modes, widescreen support, and the option to change your name when playing over a LAN. We'd change ours to "Is this 1998?"
Among the lengthy list of fixes in version 1.05 is the good news that Punkbuster should now work properly, hopefully putting and end to cheating online. And overall stability has also been improved.
Ubisoft has apologised to Rainbow Six: Vegas owners who paid 800 Microsoft points (around seven quid) for five downloadable maps last week. It turns out they were meant to be free.
Those of you with points left to burn after the "Red Edition" Player's Pack for Rainbow Six Vegas captured and held 800 of your Microsoft points now have the option to sink the same amount into a matching Black Edition.
Ubisoft has released a batch of downloadable content for the Xbox 360 version of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas.
Ubisoft's ranks of PlayStation 3 launch titles were reduced yesterday as Splinter Cell: Double Agent slipped a week, Rainbow Six: Vegas and Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 both disappeared into the distance and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion ran away for a month.
Blazing Angels and Enchanted Arms will both still be available in three days' time, at PS3's 23rd March launch, but Double Agent will only arrive on the 30th, while Oblivion is now down for 27th April. Ubisoft declined to comment on why the latter - released in the US this week - had slipped.
Meanwhile, the French publisher's latest schedule lists Rainbow Six: Vegas as "spring" (not the PS3's favourite word) while GRAW 2 is down for "June", whenever that is.
Virtual field agents amongst you should be chuffed, as Ubisoft has announced new Xbox Live downloadable content for Rainbow Six Vegas, due for release towards the end of March.
Ubisoft's first patch for its squad-based tactical shooter on the Xbox 360 has been released today.
The auto-update focuses mainly on fixing bugs in the multiplayer game; improving overall stability, Xbox Live Vision support, and voice-communication implementation. There's a minor fix to the 'infiltration specialist achievement', phew, and single-player voice recognition should now work properly.
Ubisoft is also keen to point out that this patch, based mainly on players' feedback, was already in development a few weeks ago. Unfortunately this means that some of the more recently discovered problems haven't been addressed yet, but the team knows about them and is planning to fix them.
Ubisoft has detailed what people can expect from a Rainbow Six: Vegas patch due out in the near future.
The developers hope that the patch, due to go out through Xbox Live in auto-update fashion, will deal with some of the issues widely reported by the young game's audience since its release.
Still, they can't have hurt it too much, since Kristan gave it a big thumbs-up just a few days back.
Rainbow Six Vegas is one of the more eagerly anticipated next-gen shooters of the next few weeks, but ironically Ubisoft's not enjoying much luck with it - as the PSP version continues to slip, and reports from the US suggest the PS3 edition's been held up too.
Apparently there's some new console out in America today but at this point we're more interested in the news of a Rainbow Six Vegas multiplayer demo on Xbox Live.
Ubisoft has uploaded a demo of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas to Xbox Live Marketplace.
Those of you looking to try out Ubisoft's latest Rainbow Six title, Vegas, won't have long to wait - with a playable demo set to go live on 23rd October in Europe.
PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 may be the focus for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas, but publisher Ubisoft announced on Friday that its Quebec City studio is working on a PSP version as well.
Ubisoft's next Rainbow Six title, Vegas, isn't going to appear on current-generation console formats after all, according to the publisher.
Ubisoft's released the first solid details and screenshots of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas, which is in development at its Montreal studio and due out on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC this autumn.
Vegas sees a new team (Logan Keller, team leader/recon; Michael Walter, heavy weapons/demolition; and Jung Park, long range/electronics) trying to save famous Las Vegas locations like Fremont Street, the Strip and casinos from an escalating terrorist threat.
Decked out in fancy graphics, your team-mates will work closely with you, making tactical suggestions like blowing through a wall of hacking a computer, while you'll be able to use equipment like snake cams to strategically "tag" terrorist targets to your team-mates as part of the pre-entry strategy.
Those of you wondering what's happening to the Rainbow Six boys after their widely queried outing in last year's Lockdown have your answer: they're going to Vegas.