Prepare yourself tactical shooter fans, we’ve provided you some fine games like Rainbow Six. If you’re unaware, the genre in which the said Tom Clancy’s franchise is the element of is slowly fading away. Major developers aren’t focusing much on tactical gameplay or they’re either straying far from the complete concept. Nonetheless, you can find still some pretty exciting and enjoyable releases on the market and we’ve got them rounded up about the same roster, so directly below for brief descriptions of each release.
SWAT 4 is 10 years old but continues to be one of the finest tactical shooters available. Produced by Irrational, this game was released for Windows and Mac OS X. It was designed on the basis of the Unreal Engine 2.5 with graphics not being the key highlight. The key selling point for this title is its gameplay where you lead a SWAT team and assume control of different situations where you’ve to get rid of all suspects, rescue hostages and more.
Nothing says tactical shooter a lot better than ArmA 3. After the wide success of the previous release, the most recent you’ve got earned a sport between the games much like Rainbow Six as a result of its open world military simulation gameplay. Like SWAT 4, this release attempts to supply an authentic military experience through single and multiplayer modes. In the campaign, you’ll accept the role of Ben Kerry to carry out various missions and will also be in a position to hone your skills, while multiplayer allows you showing off your skills and accept enemies with other players in your squad.
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising is recognized as to be a hardcore military simulator. It’s made for Windows, PS3 and Xbox 360 by Codemasters and happens on the island of Skira during the season 2011. Here, you accept the role of a US soldier and fight alongside the allied force to gain control of the island from the Chinese forces.
So there’s plenty of debate on whether Crysis is really a true tactical shooter. Some say it’s, while others say it is just an FPS release where you go in with guns blazing. It’s both if you ask us and that depends on your way you play the game. Nevertheless, it’s still a highly recommended option between the Rainbow Six alternatives. This FPS release happens in the foreseeable future where you’ll face aliens and North Korean forces.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter is focused on tactical warfare. It had been launched in 2006 for the PC, PS2, and Xbox (360 included). The 360 and PC version are very different from the others. On the former console, you will end up treated to first-person and third-person views, as the latter version only allows you to play in the first-person perspective. Here, you assume control of a squad of soldiers and complete missions using tactical combat as opposed to rushing into battle.
Operation Flashpoint: Red River
Next on the games much like Rainbow Six compilation is another Operation Flashpoint release, Red River, that is the sequel to Dragon Rising. This tactical shooter follows a conflict in Tajikistan where you control a team of Marines with a goal to get rid of the terrorist group called the East Turkestan Islamic Movement.