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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Iron Wrath (Windows)

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Iron Wrath is the second expansion to Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield. It was under development for two years, but ultimately, unlike the Athena Sword add-on, released for free.

It includes a new campaign with seven missions in different locations in Eastern Europe, two remade 'classic' missions from previous games: Cold Thunder and Little Wing, and six new weapons: one pistol and an additional weapon for each main weapon group.

There are five new multiplayer modes with eight new multiplayer maps:
  • Free Back-up: deathmatch with AI bots in your team.
  • Gas Alert: Fight with the added pressure of a 30-second air supply that constantly requires a refill from terminals scattered around the map.
  • Intruder: a team with one camouflaged spy tries to destroy terminals.
  • Limited Seats: transport prisoners to a location on the other side of the map without a single casualty.
  • Virus Upload: upload an infected disc to a terminal, but regularly pass it on to team mates while transporting, otherwise your location becomes visible to the opposing team.
The game requires either the boxed US or UK retail version of Raven Shield, and an additional product key that can be requested by email which enables the multiplayer features. It can only be downloaded from Fileplanet and its affiliates. The file weighs 997MB and is released 'as is', without support from Ubisoft.

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Sciere (243569) added Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Iron Wrath (Windows) on Sep 28, 2005