Rainbow Six Siege: Devs’ Shaky Stance Towards Sequel

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It has been more than two years since Ubisoft launched Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and the game continues to grow in numbers in spite of its age.

Just yesterday, the developers revealed that the gamer-count has been growing at a rapid pace and the latest figure stands at 27 million. This is pretty massive and it is owed to a number of changes to Rainbow Six Siege’s online multiplayer mode.

Despite having achieved massive sales success, the developers have got no plans to produce a sequel to Rainbow Six Siege.

This was made official during an interview at yesterday’s 2018 Invitational Finals and the head-honchoes at Ubisoft even went as far as saying that Rainbow Six Siege will be here to stay for about 10 years. The developers added that if the game is going to get a sequel, it will happen nearer to the end of Rainbow Six Siege.

Based on this alone, we can assume that it will be at least 5 years before Ubisoft considers developing the next Rainbow Six game – even when the gamer base has grown extensively.