Rainbow Six: Siege Surpasses 20 Million Registered Players

Ubisoft has announced on its blog that Rainbow Six: Siege has now surpassed 20 million registered players.

According to Ubisoft, not only has the game managed to attract 20 million players since the game first launched, but it also has an incredibly active daily user base with over 2.3 million players said to jump into the game every single day.

Despite being released in 2015, Ubisoft have continued to support the game with a number of patches and updates in addition to supporting the game’s competitive scene. Speaking in the blog, Ubisoft reaffirmed that Rainbow Six: Siege isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, and that they will continue to support the game for a long time to come.

“Our community is growing and so is our ambition to make Siege a shooter that is here to stay,” said Nicolas Lefebvre, Product Director. “The next few weeks are very exciting as it marks the culmination of Operation Health and the release of our next season set in Hong Kong.”

Part of Siege’s success has been down to Ubisoft’s decision to launch a Starter Edition for the game at a heavily discounted price which gives players access to the full game with all content available; however, players earn operators differently to those who purchase the standard edition. The Starter Edition essentially allows full access to the game for the very reasonable price of £11.99.

Siege’s Season Three is due to be released later this month and will take players to Hong Kong, as well as add in some new operatives, weapons, and of course, lots of fixes to help balance the game further. Season Four is set to kick off in November and will have players heading to South Korea.

You can grab Rainbow Six: Siege on PS4, Xbox One and PC right now.

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