Rainbow Six Siege has been out for four years and since then, the game has been smashing milestones over the milestone. Recently, Siege has made a new all-time peak concurrent player record on Steam which is a huge achievement for the franchise as the new season is almost out. Ubisoft has revealed many features to be added in the game in the future. Over on Twitter, they confirmed that Rainbow Six Siege might get a solo queue playlist for all solo players.
Rainbow Six Siege to Get Solo Queue Playlist
Rainbow Six Siege’s Twitter account replied to a question asking, “I wish Ubisoft would have a playlist for a 5 team only. That way us single queue people would actually have a fair chance.”To that, Ubisoft replied, “This is something the community has discussed over the past few weeks, and the idea has been passed up the chain to the devs.”
This is something the community has discussed over the past few weeks, and the idea has been passed up the chain to the devs.— Rainbow Six Siege (@Rainbow6Game) February 22, 2020
In the end, Siege is all about competitive play. With the new season – Operation Void Edge going live very soon, the game might see a huge increase in the player count across all platforms.
There will be some sound changes coming to Rainbow Six Siege with the launch of the new season including, the ping system, map voting, and many more. Are you excited about Operation Void Edge? Let us know in the comments!
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege was released on December 1, 2015, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.