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No Rainbow Six Siege Sequel, Ubisoft Plans To Stick With The Base Game

The tactical shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal, Rainbow Six Siege has been doing really good for not only the players and fans but for Ubisoft, it has proved to be a successful title as well. The game has had a fair share of DLC content that has also been offered free and it only seems to increase, so it would not be wrong to say that at this moment the company does not consider a Rainbow Six Siege Sequel.

Apparently, that is the case, the developers of the game during an Invitational tournament laid out some of their future plans for the title and the main thing that everyone has noticed is that the developers have no plans for any Rainbow Six Siege Sequel at least for now but rather they have plans to extend this existing game over a period of 10 years.

Not only that the team is also aiming to eventually have over 100 operators selectable which only further tells us that there may not be another Rainbow Six Seige at all. Although 100 operators do seem an attractive option which also means that there will be a lot of accommodations for different playstyles.

Talking about operators we are also having two new operators coming in Rainbow Six Siege update Operation Chimera that is scheduled to release on March 6 this year.

Still considering that where most of the players have no issue with the single release coming out and being supported for a long time through updates and stuff, many also believe that sticking to one project forever also suffers in the long run.

In an interview, Ubisoft was very clear on the longevity of the game. They said that have been thinking about the game and how to evolve it over time.To add further they clearly said that players can definitely expect future additions for the game. New operators, new maps and even rework of some already existing maps.

So what do you think about the longevity of the game? Would you prefer a sequel to Rainbow Six Siege or updates, DLCs, and content that stretches up the base game for years? Let us know in the comments below.