Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege has surpassed 25 million registered players worldwide

Marco Green
December 7, 2017

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. This includes new maps and special forces characters that come from many regions around the world.

They will be joining their fellow operators in a new multiplayer map, Mok Myeok Tower, a high rise observation tower in the heart of the city. Dokkaebi and Zofia are both Attack operators, with Dokkaebi utilising a military laptop named Logic Bomb to hack enemy devices and compromise their positions. The new map offers a variety of new environments to fight with an emphasis on vertical maneuverability.

Operation White Noise, part of Season 2, also introduces three new Operators with signature weapons: Dokkaebi, Vigil and Zofia.

Today, on the heels of the two year anniversary of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, Ubisoft® announced that Operation White Noise is now available for all platforms.

Owners of the Season 2 Pass can access those operators right now, but those who don't must wait for a week before being able to purchase them individually using either R6 Credits or built up Renown. As the game progressed, we continued to develop it with the community in mind.

Rainbow Six Siege was first launched on PC, Xbox One and PS4 in December 2015.

Alexandre Remy, Brand Director of Rainbow Six Siege, spoke about the achievement of reaching 25 million players and thanked those who have always been apart of the game's community.

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