Rainbow Six: Siege, on Steam is a record of contemporary players: over 200,000

Rainbow Six: Siege, on Steam is a record of contemporary players: over 200,000

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Rainbow Six: Siege has set a record for contemporary players on Steam, surpassing 200,000 users yesterday, March 20, 2021.

The free weekend certainly contributed to the excellent result, but also the new ones Ubisoft offers of the Spring Sale, which allow you to buy the base game for just 8 euros with an extra 20% discount.

The success of Rainbow Six: Siege, however, starts long ago: more than five published years ago, in December 2015, the title of the French house received extremely robust and convinced post-launch support.

Just last month Ubisoft spoke about the future of the game, which with Year 6 it will introduce the new Flores attacker and will offer a reinterpretation of the Border map.

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Gameplay of Rainbow Six: Parasite has been leaked from a technical test

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Over an hour of gameplay from Rainbow Six: Parasite has been leaked, and it’s the first time we’ve seen anything from the upcoming project since its original announcement at E3 2019.


The footage initially leaked via Facebook Gaming, where a user live-streamed technical test gameplay, capturing over an hour of footage. As far as how long the footage will be posted online is anyone’s guess, considering this form of leak is the furthest thing away from an official gameplay release directly from Ubisoft themselves.


Originally titled Rainbow Six Quarantine, the squad-based FPS had yet to be shown publicly until this recent exposure. The only previous details of the anticipated iteration are that it’s a squad-based survival FPS set in the Rainbow Six universe’s future. Ubisoft unofficially changed the game’s name from Rainbow Six: Quarantine to Rainbow Six: Parasite last month due to the ongoing pandemic — although an official name hasn’t been confirmed by Ubisoft yet, stating that Parasite is only a placeholder.


The leaked gameplay in question features an in-game tutorial, where the player picks between six Operators (characters), chooses a Loadout, and then plunges into the game. The map’s atmosphere gives off a creepy and eerie-like feel. After a short while, the player stumbles upon a shiny-blue alien enemy with long claws for arms, quickly eliminating it with their assault rifle. The alien-like foes are called Archaeans, and they’re the main form of enemies in the game.


Just like countless other anticipated video games, the upcoming Rainbow Six iteration is expected to release sometime this year, having been delayed due to the global pandemic. Additionally, a final release date — and an official name — has yet to be confirmed by Ubisoft.


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