Rainbow Six Siege Needs Better Stat Tracking Tools
The crux of Firewall Zero Hour (and rather the only aggressive mode accessible to players at launch) is in the kind of Attacking/Defending a laptop objective in the Multiplayer Contracts mode. R6 credits teams of four Operators face off on opposite sides of the battle; Attackers must breach the firewall from one of two randomly generated locations and initiate a data transfer onto a sensitive laptop while Defenders need to utilize every tool at their disposal to avoid this from occurring.
Defenders can procure a win for themselves by simply wiping out the enemy group, but it's important to lay down fortifications such as Signal Jammers or Door Blockers just if they can't complete the job.
No Team Deathmatch, no King of the Hill, nothing that supports respawns or anything more than the exact same attack/defend objectives across the two diverse maps. Expect to have tiredness set in considerably faster than with any other shooter available on the market simply due to lack of diversity in sport modes. Even RIGS had a different play types to help keep players.
You'll often spend about just as much time diving through menus in Firewall Zero Hour than really playing with how lobbies are currently set up. After each and every round (not a best two-out-of-three variant is available to maintain the activity going), you are kicked back into the waiting reception. If all eight players have been queued up, there is a moment countdown to receive your loadouts coordinated, however the moment a participant leaves from either team, you're stuck awaiting matchmaking to fill that gap.