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Rainbow Six Siege
Rainbow Six Siege is another addition to the first-person shooter franchise developed by the Ubisoft Montreal studio.
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Rainbow Six Siege has reached an impressive player count
Ubisoft have officially revealed that their online tactical shooter Rainbow Six Siege has reached 50 million players on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The huge milestone comes four years after the game's release in December 2015.
Rainbow Six Siege kicking off a free week this weekend
Ubisoft are loving these free promotions lately, and just as their free offer of For Honor is expiring, they announced a free week of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. It kicks off this weekend, 28 August 2019, and lasts until 03 September.
Rainbow Six Siege update hints at Lord Tachanka rework
A new test server update suggests that Ubisoft could rework Rainbow Six Siege's worst operator Tachanka pretty soon. Tachanka's bio has been updated with a ton of new details including a mention of possible adjustments to his LMG.
Rainbow Six Siege Amaru and Goyo have been officially revealed
Rainbow Six Siege's Operation Ember Rise has been officially revealed during Raleigh Major. This new bit of content will include two operators - attacker Amaru and defender Goyo along with an overhaul of the previously existing map Kanal.
Six Major Raleigh starting times, finals and new operation reveal
Rainbow Six Siege's Six Major Raleigh is already underway with the group stage while the main event will commence on Friday, 16 August 2019. It is also possible we will see some sort of a confirmation for Operation Ember Rise leaks.
Rainbow Six Siege apparently leaked new operators once again
Grass is green, EA likes money and Ubisoft failed to plug the pipes again. The already leaked Peruvian and Mexican operators leaked once again, this time with concept art which provided us with the first look at the South-American duo.
Rainbow Six Siege patch nerfs Ballistic Shield, buffs Glaz
After some initial testing on Rainbow Six Siege test servers, Ubisoft have today released a patch that buffs Glaz and nerfs Ballistic Shield operators. The patch is live on the PC platform and will also arrive to consoles on 24 July 2019.
Rainbow Six Quarantine will be released sooner than expected
Rainbow Six Quarantine is the PvE co-op spin-off from Rainbow Six Siege and while many expected it to be at least a year away, it might turn up in half that time, according to the latest Ubisoft financial call and their CEO, Yves Guillemot.
Rainbow Six Siege is testing a major shield nerf and Glaz buff
Ubisoft rolled out a couple of balancing changes on Rainbow Six Siege test server this week. The tweaks include a major nerf to ballistic shields, which will now only injure the opponent, instead of killing them. Also, Glaz has been buffed.
Latest Rainbow Six Siege patch brings fixes, no balance changes
Ubisoft revealed the latest Rainbow Six Siege patch notes that contain no balance changes. On the other hand, there are plenty of fixes and an adjustment to the Reverse Friendly Fire system. Clash and deployable shields were re-enabled.