Rainbow Six Siege 2 ‘isn’t what the community needs,’ says Ubisoft

Rainbow Six Siege creative director Leroy Athanassof has downplayed the idea of ​​a full-scale sequel to the squad shooter, saying the team doesn’t think this is what the community needs.

During a Reddit AMA, Athanassof noted that Rainbow Six Siege is constantly evolving, which the team believes is the best way forward.

Siege is an evolving game. The Siege of the future will be drastically different from that of today Siege, to the point where we might call it Invest 2. However, as a team we strongly believe that we can make these changes in a step-by-step way, within the current Siege frame.

Invest 2 would mean a new game, a new environment, probably a new inventory and maybe a new development team. We don’t feel this is necessary for the community. We care about your investment in the game, we don’t want to switch to a new one.

Instead, we want to protect your investment and increase its value through your current “home” (ie: SIEGE) even better. It’s like renovating your old house to make it up-to-date, shiny and attractive.

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Rainbow Six Siege was released in December 2015 for PS4, PC and Xbox One and has since received robust post-launch content, to the point where it is virtually unrecognizable from its vanilla incarnation.

The game is also optimized for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S and will receive Cross-Play and Cross-Progression early next year.

[Source – Reddit]