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  1. Ben

    Christmas RIG

    Well if that's the case then, yes! You should definitely get one.
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    Ben's Introduction.

    Hello, This is gonna be my short Introduction. My name is Benjamin but everyone calls me Ben. I'm 21 years old born in 1997 I'm from Iceland (Pure Viking 😁) I'm currently a Chef and Shift manager in a restaurant. I can speak 3 languages and I'm teaching myself 3 other languages as well. That's about it, If you've got any further questions feel free to PM me.
  3. 1. Before You Get Started, Watch Those Tutorials. If you're new to Rainbow Six Siege the first thing you want to do when you start up the game is watch all three tutorial videos. These provide a quick overview of some of the components in the game and will give you 200 Renown each, which is the in-game currency that allows you to purchase new Operators, attachments for weapons, and in-game skins. Then I recommend jumping into ‘Situations’, which is a PVE playground that teaches you fundamental basic controls, maps, and general gadget utility in the game. The maps here are the same in multiplayer version, so you can learn the common tactics. Each ‘Situations’ have objectives that awards bonus Renown upon completing them, don’t worry if you don’t get them the first time you can always try it again. And don’t forget to check for daily and weekly challenges for objectives to earn extra Renown rewards as you complete them. Being a well-equipped Operator could mean the difference between life and death. https://www.ign.com/videos/2017/11/19/rainbow-six-siege-new-operators-and-map-white-noise-patch-rundown 2. Get Warmed Up Before You Get Blown Up. Before hoping into multiplayer I always warm up in Terrorist Hunt – a PVE game mode where you go up against AI enemies. It's a good way to practice head shot aiming on stationary and on moving targets. And, again, you can work on daily and weekly challenges to earn more Renown in this mode. 3. Friends Don't Let Friends Get Spawn Peeked. Nothing is worse than getting killed at a start of a round because of an enemy peeking into your spawn area. The best way to counter this is to place a drone during prep phase at common spawn peek locations. If you spot a defender near there call it out to your teammates, so you guys can counter it at the beginning of the round. But even if there are no spawn peekers, try shooting couple bullets into barricaded doors and windows at the start of the round anyway. Occasionally you might even score a lucky head shot because when you ADS (Aim Down Sight) your cross hair is already at head shot level when standing, crouching, and when in prone. 4. Look Below the Barricades. Before breaching a door look beneath the barricade to see if any enemies are behind it. Generally, high-rank players don't equip regular breaching charges since it exposes your feet underneath the barricade. When entering a room do a quick peek at common camping spots, and sometimes it’s better to pre-fire those places, giving you an advantage over the camper when it comes to fire fights. 5. The Sounds of Siege. Sound works a little differently in Rainbow Six Siege as compared to most other first-person shooters. Namely, environmental Sounds are key to survival. In Siege, you can actually hear how close an opponent is by the sound of their footsteps, what type of flooring their moving over, and whether they're running, crouching, or in prone. It's vital to keep this in mind when moving around the map, both as an Attacker and a Defender. If you can hear them, they can probably hear you too. https://www.ign.com/videos/2017/09/06/rainbow-six-siege-official-operation-blood-orchid-trailer 6. Sprint to Save a Second. There's nothing worse than getting halfway through reloading your weapon as you come face-to-face with an enemy and their locked-and-loaded weapon. But good news – you can cancel a reload in order to save your life! If you're mid-reload and need to fire your weapon, start sprinting to cancel the reload. This is quicker than allowing the reload finish and switching to a secondary weapon, and makes a BIG difference between winning and losing a firefight. 7. You've Got To Get Your Lean On. Leaning is crucial to Rainbow Six Siege! It allows you to look around corners while only exposing a small part of your head. Making it a lot harder for enemies to aim at you. Sure, PC players have an advantage where they can lean without aiming, but if you value your face, you should be learning to lean no matter what platform you're on. 8. Custom Games Are Your Best Friends. A big chunk of finding success in any first-person shooter is map knowledge and Rainbow Six Siege is no exception. To that end, getting to know each and every map in a live competitive mode is a great way to end up dead. The best way to understand a map is by creating a local custom game. This allows you and your friends to explore the map and try different strategies without being bothered by other players. https://www.ign.com/videos/2017/02/05/rainbow-six-siege-new-operators-and-map-velvet-shell-patch-rundown 9. Setting Yourself Up For Success. Make sure you have the right settings. It's the quickest way to improve your game right out of the gate. Out of everything in the settings tab “Advanced” Gadget Deployment is a must! This requires you to hold down the deployment of a gadget or reinforcement in order to complete the action, allowing you to immediately stop what you're doing by releasing the button if someone is attacking you. Those couple seconds are an eternity when an opponent gets a drop on you, so do yourself a favor, and get used to running "Advanced" deployment. For console players, lower your analog stick dead zones! Doing this requires less pressure on the joystick to move your character and weapons allowing you to move your cross hairs while aiming down sights. It’s also important to get the game control sensitivity to your liking. Generally it's better to have higher sensitivity in order to react and move more quickly, so try increasing both horizontal and vertical sensitivity daily to increase your reaction time. Just don't go overboard where your operator becomes uncontrollable – start slow and get a feel for it as you go. https://www.ign.com/videos/2017/11/20/rainbow-six-siege-official-operation-white-noise-new-operators-trailer 10. Ask for Help, It's in Your Best Interest. Lastly, don’t be afraid to ask for help. Generally, the Rainbow Six Siege community understands the game has a very steep learning curve. If you let your team know that you are new to the game they're more likely respond kindly, rather than running headfirst into a kill zone and handicapping the team. If you don't know what to do, ask! It’s a great way to make new friends who can teach you the game. Hopefully these tips were helpful for you to get better at Rainbow Six Siege. This comes straight from Doug AKA "NukemDukem" a walkthrough specialist.
  4. Ben

    Christmas RIG

    New PC is always good, but why not just upgrade your current one? Or would the cost be similar?