FPS game Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege broke his own record, reaching 178,419 players instantly on Steam on February 22. The reason for this increase in the number of players is the 5th season, which will be added to the game soon.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege within Ubisoft is considered one of the most successful among the first-person FPS games on the market. The game has been continuously updated since it was released in December 2015 and has continued to be popular. In this context, the game, which has exceeded 50 million players in the past months, has now had the best day of its history in Steam.
With this development on February 22, Rainbow Six Siege was played simultaneously by 178,419 players on Steam. As you know, Rainbow Six Siege can be played through Ubisoft’s own launcher and Epic Games Store. At this point, this data published by Steam Charts takes into account the number of users playing the game only through Steam.
Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Void Edge will be playable in March:
The popular FPS game currently has over 55 million registered users on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms. With this success caught on Steam, the game eliminated the record it had previously achieved in March 2018. As part of Operation Chimera, the game was instantly played by 176,208 players in 2018.
Ubisoft, which recently announced the game’s 5th year update during the Six Invitational 2020 tournament, added Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Void Edge, which belongs to the first season of the new update, to its test servers on February 17. This update, which is currently active on test servers, will be added to the game next March.
Things like new operators, map renewals, new elite skin and operator balance will be added to the game as part of Void Edge Operation. You can use this link to get information about the new season of the game and its innovations and you can reach the related page of Ubisoft.