Entering its third year in release, Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Siege appears to actually be hitting its stride. It had been just announced that in their “Year 3” plan, Ubisoft will incorporate a new four-week lengthy event known as Outbreak. Outbreak is basically a co-op horde mode with waves of opponents. The big event can also get its very own loot boxes, which will only drop cosmetic products and Ubisoft states, individuals boxes won’t drop duplicates. Combined with the new limited-time event, Year 3 includes 8 new operators.
With the new content now that the sport seems a success, because of Twitch streaming along with a strong community, Ubisoft is increasing the cost on their own available versions. The “starter edition” which provides players use of all of the maps, but slows lower the advancement of unlocking operators, will stay $15. The now “standard” edition, which presently retails for $40, including all of the starter pack stuff, but shortens time to unlock operators and includes 600 Rainbow Six credits (merely a $5 value) and 10 loot boxes for Outbreak, continues to be renamed the “Advanced version” and elevated to $60. The gold edition continues to be elevated to $90 (formerly $70) so the edition has become $130 (formerly $90).
The cost hike hasn’t began yet, so if you were undecided about playing Rainbow Six Siege, this is the time to purchase.
Like a side note, for individuals individuals by having an Xbox One X and/or perhaps a PS4 Pro who’ve been wondering where their “enhanced” update is, Ubisoft states that it is within the works, however they do not have an ETA on when it will likely be ready. Meanwhile, other Ubisoft titles like Assassin’s Creed: Origins as well as for Recognition happen to be updated for 4K and HDR.