Rainbow Six Siege hits 25 million users

Rainbow Six: Siege's new Operation White Noise update adds tons of new content along with a brand new business milestone.

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Ubisoft's massively popular shooter Rainbow Six: Siege has now hit over 20 million registered users, and has a new content update to go with that milestone.

Rainbow Six Siege hits 25 million users | TweakTown.com

Like its competitors EA, Activision and Take-Two, French games-maker Ubisoft is in the business of engagement. So when the company's biggest shooter hits 25 million registered users, it's a pretty big deal--even if not all of those people log in everyday and play. But even if a portion of those users log in and actually spend money on in-game items and the like, it fuels Ubisoft's ever-strengthening digital transformation. The release of the game's new Operation White Noise expansion

"As the game progressed, we continued to develop it with the community in mind," says said Alexandre Remy, Brand Director on Rainbow Six Siege. "We're thrilled to see that the community has embraced the game, brought along their friends, and really pushed our understanding of what's possible with what we've created."

Here's a tidbit about the new Operation White Noise expansion:

The latest expansion features three new Operators: Dokkaebi and Vigil from South Korea's 707th Special Mission Battalion, and Zofia from Poland's GROM CTU. It also introduces the new Tower map in which attackers must infiltrate by dropping down an elevator shaft or rappelling down the outside of the building high above the city streets. The Tower map is free to all players now. Season Pass owners have exclusive access to the three new Operators for seven days, and after that period, all players can unlock new Operators via Renown or R6 Credits.

NEWS SOURCE:blog.ubi.com

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