Being one of the most played shooters of the present generation, it is not strange that the followers of Rainbow Six: Siege want to know what the future of the game has. Could you take advantage of the arrival of the new generation to embrace other opportunities, such as the arrival of a sequel or move to the free to play format? According to Alexandre Remy, from Ubisoft, in an interview with DailyStar, no: the plan for the future of R6S is to expand as it has been until now.
In the first place, Remy discarded the idea of publishing freely, because something like that would make atreater many malicious players, which could trigger an outbreak of toxicity in the game. & Quot; Neither does it it seems that it is necessary to offer the game for free, since anyone wants to try it, it has basic editions available at a very low price and with the same expansion possibilities as the others.
Neither does it seem That we are going to See to sequel to Siege soon. Instead, their managers are determined to bring more than 100 operators to the game template, but logically to reach that point they will have to cover not only the current generation, but also PS5 and Xbox Scarlett Since PS5 will be backward compatible even in multiplayer games (and we assume that Xbox too), it seems that the game has the opportunity to flourish between different generations and hardware cycles as it already happens on PC.