The upcoming Rainbow 6 game will have an all new and exciting morality system, at least according to the latest rumors going around.
Not all legal is moral, but all morals are legal. Morality is a hot issue in every political and religious discussion. It is one of the topics in life that is too relative, meaning that there is no unified standards of pointing out the morality of one person because the views of morality is varied from one man to another. Nevertheless, these multifaceted views on morality only make sense in the way man makes his decision.
In view of this, there is said to be an integration of morality system in the recent installment of Rainbow 6, a video game series by Tom Clancy. This may sound critical to you, but this rumor may be true. In the recent article over at kotaku.com, information about the upcoming Rainbow 6 features the ‘morality system’ and the ‘cover system’.
Apparently, the upcoming Rainbow 6 will be more exciting and challenging, as this time you will have the opportunity to change the outcome of important events in the game. Why and How?
First is that Ubisoft is dynamically changing Rainbow 6 not only for a more combat-ready game, but also a heart and mind-boggling as well. Secondly, the Rainbow 6 game is said to aim at halting a terrorist group that is going to attack New York City.
There are different levels and events in the game where the user’s morality will be tested. On example scenario in the game is that where terrorist group breaks into a house and kidnaps a stranger. There are two perspectives in this scenario that players will step a role.
One is stepping into the role of the stranger who is force to hold a trigger button to stop the blowing up of explosives and the other is controlling the Rainbow 6 team. This time, the players are duty bound to make decision whether to sacrifice one man or to put the risk on hundred people’s lives.
Do you like the idea of a morality system in Rainbow 6 game?