When it comes to Rainbow Six Siege, players might be confused about what edition of the game to buy. This article will break down what every edition offers.
Once a game is released, Ubisoft tends to release a few bundles for the players to choose from. The bundles for Far Cry tend to include special skins or DLCs but for Rainbow Six Siege it's a bit different.
In Rainbow Six Siege the bundles differ based on the number of operators the bundle unlocks and whether or not the game will give the player a Renown discount on all of the next operators they unlock.
The bundles are organized into four different editions.
1. The Standard edition gives the players only the base game and no Renown discount
2. The Deluxe edition gives the players the base game and access to all 16 operators from Years 1 and 2. It is important to mention that the starting operators are not included in this bundle but are still purchasable at a lower price than in the Standard edition.
3. The Operator edition gives the players the base game and access to all of the operators from Year 1 to Year 6, again with the exclusion of the starting operators.
4. The Ultimate edition gives the players the base game and access to all of the operators from Year 1 to Year 6 and an additional cosmetics pack for Mira, Thorn, Thatcher and Alibi.
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