Rainbow Six Siege is now into its sixth season of content, meaning there are now an incredible 60 playable characters to jump into multiplayer matches as.
If you're looking to play offline, your options are a little limited as to what you can do, but there is still plenty of enjoyment to be had in Siege. Here's what you can do.
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Can You Play Rainbow Six Siege Offline?
Yes, actually. Once the game is installed, you can play in Offline Mode.
Doing so will give you access to two modes: Situations and Terrorist Hunt.
Situations are essentially short, training scenarios where you're graded on your performance, while Terrorist Hunt allows for taking on a stream of AI-controlled enemies as you fight to be clear any given map of them.
Does Rainbow Six Siege Have Bots?
While you can't opt to play against bots in multiplayer scenarios, you can fight against AI enemies in the aforementioned Terrorist Hunt.
This mode tasks you with getting in, eliminating all hostiles, and not dying in the process - and it's a surprisingly effective way to sharpen your skills because there are usually dozens of enemies.
So while you can't go toe-to-toe with six AI-controlled enemies in a standard match scenario, maybe that'll help instead.