In recent days we have had succulent information about Rainbow Six Siege, one of the most successful games of Ubisoft in recent times, and in addition, to that title it enters its fourth year of content and post-launch support care. Will any future delivery or content that is coming will include a campaign? The answer could not be more emphatic.
” No, no and no. The individual or campaign experience for the Rainbow Six saga is dead, “said Alexandre Remy, director of the game when asked if there would be this type of option in that game.” Our fans expect a certain level of quality, and the degree of mastery our games requires is extremely high. Why would you want to do an individual campaign? & Quot ;.
” Looking at Siege it would also be nice if you forgot about an individual campaign. We want to focus on the game in the pure and tough competitive experience, “says Remy, in an interview with the DailyStar portal.
The executive also explained that all the company’s resources are” focused on the “competitive direction , “and I have assured that” investing some of these resources in something else would be a digression. ” ” When you have a title that requires so much support and so much attention in terms of patches and balance, you can not afford to diversify. ” These statements go in the line clearly defined by Ubisoft for the future of the franchise, something that included a few years ago the cancellation of Rainbow Six Patriots and its subsequent task to convert it into Siege.
Likewise, Remy categorically ruled out the idea of publishing for free, as it would “atreater” many malicious players, which could trigger an outbreak of toxicity in the game. ” Neither does it seem necessary to offer the game for free, since anyone ho wants to try it already has basic editions available at a very low price and with the same possibilities of expansion as the others.