Ubisoft Plans on Creating More Rainbow Six Siege Operators

7 February 2017 at 17:16 in Gaming News with no comments

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Ubisoft has confirmed that they plan on working on more Rainbow Six Siege Operators instead of adding new game modes.

In an interview with PC Gamer, brand director Alexandre Remy says that the game’s Year Two will “follow the same format as last year’s updates.” These will include the release of eight new Operators and four new maps which will be released in seasonal updates. Ubisoft is planning to introduce a minimum of 50 Operators, and even doubling that number in the coming years.

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During a preview event in Montreal, Canada, creative director Xavier Marquis said that adding new game modes is something they don’t want to do, and there’s a simple reason behind this.

“The map can be different, the operators can be different, but we need something static and that is Siege mode. Siege is the center of everything,” he said.

Remy added that Siege mode has some foundations that they want to keep (i.e.,  attack versus defense, destruction, operators, and [only having] one life). Not many game modes offer the same “DNA”, so they opted to keep Siege as it is.

“Siege is its own game mode,” Remy says.

So far a total of 28 Operators have already been released, with eight new ones coming out soon. Do you think adding Operators and maps instead of new game modes will work for Rainbow Six Siege? Tell us what you think in the comments below!


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