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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 11:58am 21/11/17 | 1 Comments
Year 3 of Rainbow Six Siege will break competition and play into four Seasons and over the course of another calendar year introduce eight new operators, new maps (with two that we know of being set in Italy and Morocco), and of course updates and improvements.

The announcement comes after the recent wrap up of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Season 3 Pro League Final that took place in Sao Paulo from November 17-19.


The next season is also set to get the first co-op event for Rainbow Six Siege called Outbreak. The Year 3 Pass will be available for purchase on December 12.



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Steve Farrelly
Posted 03:47pm 21/11/17
This is how you multiplayer -- games like BF and CoD need to have a persistent base game that isn't a year-on-year release, and then annually they can maybe focus on a single-player campaign addition to the MP base. You could also then have modes related to different periods, and allow players to choose what they want.

I realise they probably make more money doing it the way they do now, but it just seems like a hugely missed opportunity for community and persistent support.
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