You want to hone your “Rainbow Six: Siege” skills, but don’t want to fall into the bumblebee’s lair, and this is the matchmaking for the game itself? Now you can use the official Aim Labs training program for the Ubisoft team shooters to practice shooting “Siege”.
Ubisoft announced today that Aim Labs has become Siege’s “Official FPS Training Partner”. The game’s physics, controls, and weapon handling have been accurately replicated in the target training tool, and there are two gray-framed copies of the map (Oregon and the clubhouse) to practice with. Help you make the most of these areas. The map and the mechanism are not enough by themselves.
Aim Labs has added specific training scenes for “Siege”, allowing you to get the best practices for traversing the room and seeing corner tricks, such as sparsely firing C4 explosives. Starting this summer, challenges in Aim Lab will allow you to unlock new skins and cosmetics in Siege. Our Emma (Emma) was won by Aim Lab earlier this year and discovered a valuable (free) tool to detect her FPS blind spots.
The software comes with a creator studio for tweaking attributes, and fans have spent a lot of time making presets and scenes specific to games like CS: GO and Overwatch. Adding an officially recognized shooter training system will only make your training tools more useful.