Rainbow Six Siege's Bullets Will Soon Penetrate Limbs--Here's How It Works | Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege will change how bullet penetration works in its Y4S4 season update so that shots will do more realistic damage to their

Rainbow Six Siege's Bullets Will Soon Penetrate Limbs--Here's How It Works

Rainbow Six Siege's Bullets Will Soon Penetrate Limbs--Here's How It Works

Rainbow Six Siege's Bullets Will Soon Penetrate Limbs--Here's How It Works

Rainbow Six Siege's Bullets Will Soon Penetrate Limbs--Here's How It Works

Rainbow Six Siege's Bullets Will Soon Penetrate Limbs--Here's How It Works

Rainbow Six Siege's Bullets Will Soon Penetrate Limbs--Here's How It Works
Rainbow Six Siege's Bullets Will Soon Penetrate Limbs--Here's How It Works
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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege will change how bullet penetration works in its Y4S4 season update so that shots will do more realistic damage to their human targets. These updates will mean that some weapons will be able to hit more than one target per shot, while others will be able to pierce through one body part of an Operator and hit another, potentially doing more damage.

The exact details have been explained on the game's dev blog, complete with a diagram explaining the levels of penetration different guns and bullets can achieve. This ranges from no penetration to full penetration (get your laughs out now because we're going to use that word a lot in this write-up). This change aims to make shots more lethal and "reduce the impression of inaccurate hit registration."

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When this system is in place, shotguns and machine pistols will work much the same as they did before--your shots will hit the body part they hit without passing through. This is how most guns in Rainbow Six Siege have operated up until this point, and these ones will continue to have no penetration.

Simple penetration, which will effect most types of guns, will mean that bullets can pass through one part of an Operator's body and hit another point. For example, the post states that if an Operator is shielding their face after a flashbang and you shot them in the hand with an assault rifle, the bullet will pass through their hand and potentially hit them in the head, resulting in a headshot. For guns with simple penetration, the damage taken from a shot will be modified by which parts the bullet passes through, but the essential takeaway is that you'll now do more damage if your bullet penetrates. Bullets operating under simple penetration rules will not penetrate through to a third body part, though, nor will they pass through and hit anyone else.

Designated marksman rifles and sniper rifles will offer full penetration, meaning that if you shoot someone with one of these guns you could potentially hit the person behind them, too. If your bullet hits a second Operator, they will take 70% of the damage they would from an equivalent full shot, meaning that a well-timed sniper bullet will be extremely dangerous. Bullets cannot pass through into a third person, though.

This system will go up on the test server ahead of launch in the full game. Ubisoft is also currently working on Rainbow Six Quarantine, a PvE spin-off that will come to both current and next-gen consoles.

Eat Like The Mandalorian While Watching The Star Wars Series On Disney+

Eat Like The Mandalorian While Watching The Star Wars Series On Disney+

Nowhere in the first episode of The Mandalorian does the main character eat or drink anything. We get to see where he goes to the bathroom, but the Disney+ series doesn't let us know what his favorite foods are. Well, there's a new cookbook, based on the theme park Galaxy's Edge, that gives us deeper insight into the world of Mandalore and it's food.

You've probably watched the first episode of The Mandalorian already, but have you done so while eating food? If you really want to roleplay while enjoying the Disney+ series, why not cook yourself something inspired by the fine warrior people of Mandalore? Insight Editions newest cookbook--available now--has plenty of meals and drinks you can make for yourself at home, all inspired by the stories and cuisine from Galaxy's Edge. Insight Editions gave us a look at Spicy Mandalorian Stew if you want to cook it up for yourself.

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The cookbook features the contributions of best-selling author Chelsea Monroe Cassel and Eisner and Harvey award nominiee Marc Sumerak. The Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Cookbook is now available in stores and online for $35, and you can check it out here. If you're interested in more pieces about cookbooks with licenses attached, you should really watch me cook some recipes from the Overwatch and WWE cookbooks.

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Copies Go Out Early, As Pre-Loading Begins

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Copies Go Out Early, As Pre-Loading Begins

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, the new, single-player melee action game from the makers of Titanfall and Apex Legends, is almost here. The game officially launches on Friday, November 15, but copies of the game have begun to appear in the wild already.

There are reports on Reddit and elsewhere of people getting their hands on the much-anticipated Star Wars game ahead of time. Players who are keen to avoid spoilers are advised to be extra careful on social media, as information about the story could emerge.

Jedi Fallen Order takes place five years after Revenge of the Sith. The story, which is canon, follows a Jedi Padawan named Cal Kestis (played by Gotham's Joker, Cameron Monaghan) who is trying to outrun Empire forces trying to eliminate all Jedis. The main enemy is Darth Vader's trainee, the Second Sister, who is chasing Cal across the solar system.

Unlike other EA-published games, Jedi Fallen Order is not available early for EA Access subscribers. That's a bummer, as playing upcoming EA games early is in part what makes the subscription service so attractive. However, EA/Origin Access subscribers are getting free bonus content for Jedi Fallen Order.

Early copies of Jedi Fallen Order emerging in the wild have appeared just as pre-loading for the game has begun. Respawn announced on Twitter that people who pre-ordered a digital copy of the game can start pre-loading now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The file size relatively small compared to other big AAA games, weighing in at around 37 GB (on Xbox One, at least).

As for when you can actually start playing Jedi Fallen Order, the game will reportedly unlock at midnight local time.

Jedi Fallen Order is expected to be a massive success commercially, as EA is expecting the game to sell as many as 8 million copies at launch. The NPD expects it to be among the best-selling games of 2019 in the US.

In other news, Mad TV actress Debra Wilson appears in Jedi Fallen Order as a Jedi named Cere Junda. She spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about the significance of her character and why she's excited to be in the game.

"I believe I'm the first black female Jedi as far as video games are concerned," Wilson said. "To be a part of the Star Wars universe in this regard is amazing. Growing up with Star Wars from a very early age--well not that early because I'm a little older--it had a very powerful impact on me."

Watchmen Episode 4 "If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own" Breakdown

Watchmen Episode 4 "If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own" Breakdown

In Watchmen episode 4, we meet the mysterious Lady Trieu who buys out a farmland and has something to do with Will's disappearance. Meanwile, Veidt grows new clones of Philips and Crookshanks, and tests a giant catapult. Meg and Mike break down "If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own".
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