Ubisoft has been pushing for fewer standalone games and longer-term services. This is why it’s not surprising that Rainbow Six Siege 2 won’t happen. The developers of Rainbow Six Siege have answered fans’ questions online about why there isn’t a sequel.
Leroy Athanassoff, creative director of Siege, says that “Siege” is an ever-changing game. The Siege of the future is going to be vastly different than today’s Siege. We could even call it Siege 2. We believe that we as a group can make these improvements incrementally within the existing Siege framework.
Athanassoff says, “Siege 2 will mean a brand new game, an entirely new environment and possibly a whole new team of developers. This is not what we feel is necessary for the community. Your investment in the game is important to us, so we won’t move to another one.
How can the developers keep the game’s technology current so they don’t need to transfer it to another platform? Operation Health allowed the team to create a system that could allow them both tech and content changes simultaneously.
We were able to implement major technical and architectural improvements in order to create more content and features. It’s not that you didn’t see it, it was because we could still keep the pace of the new content being released every season.
If Siege is your favorite game, then you should look forward to Rainbow Six Extraction’s release.
Publited at Thu 22 July 2021 22.54:36 +0000