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Ubisoft outlines plan for future of Rainbow Six Siege

Ubisoft has outlined the future of Rainbow Six Siege as the competitive multiplayer shooter enters its sixth year.

The company said Siege, which has over 70 million registered players, is getting significant core gameplay changes over the course of this year, as well as new tools to encourage positive behaviour. The video below goes into detail on all the changes:

Year six kicks off with its first season, dubbed Crimson Heist. This brings the Argentinian attacker Flores and the rework of the map Border. Season two introduces an operator from the Nakoda Nations and a rework of the map Favela. Season three adds operators from Croatia, and slight reworks to three maps. The last operator of the year is from Ireland, and Outback will be reworked.

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Ubisoft has outlined the future of Rainbow Six Siege as the competitive multiplayer shooter enters its sixth year.

The company said Siege, which has over 70 million registered players, is getting significant core gameplay changes over the course of this year, as well as new tools to encourage positive behaviour. The video below goes into detail on all the changes:

Year six kicks off with its first season, dubbed Crimson Heist. This brings the Argentinian attacker Flores and the rework of the map Border. Season two introduces an operator from the Nakoda Nations and a rework of the map Favela. Season three adds operators from Croatia, and slight reworks to three maps. The last operator of the year is from Ireland, and Outback will be reworked.

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