is designing Rainbow Six: Siege very much with competitive sports in mind, but for those of us whose reaction speed has slowly deteriorated over the years (hi there), there is fortunately another way to experience competitive play.
The game's going to include, which will let one viewer ghost across a ten versus ten match, dipping into each player's camera in order to get an up close and personal view of the actions, or zooming out for a more tactical look.
The controls are described as "extremely user friendly", and really, from the look of it they control like any third-person strategy or RTS. Except it's not you doing the actual work, of course.
It's interesting, and the sort of thing that, if expanded, could definitely tempt me into watching more e-sports. Rainbow Six: Siege is set for anext month, with a full release due for October 13.