Rainbow Six Siege to Receive Another Full Year of Content, Details Coming Soon [UPDATE]

Rumour officially confirmed via Twitter.

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[UPDATE] Ubisoft has confirmed we'll be getting more information on year two of Rainbow Six Siege before the end of 2016.

In an interview with PCGamesN, Ubisoft's vice president of live operations Anne Blondel said, "We'll be announcing much more about year two in the weeks to come, but I would hate to spoil what they have in store for the game."

When asked specifically if we'll hear more details on the upcoming DLC plan before the year's end, she replied, "Yes, absolutely."

Original story follows.

Ubisoft confirmed via Twitter today that Rainbow Six Siege would receive another full year of content.

This is especially impressive given the game has already received three full expansions, in Operation Black Ice, Operation Skull Rain, and Operation Dust Line. The upcoming Operation Red Crow shown in the video above is due to arrive on November 17.

During a recent earnings call, Ubisoft confirmed that Rainbow Six Siege, The Divison, and The Crew each have more than 10 million registered players, and noted that Siege increased its daily active users by 40 percent after the launch of the Skull Rain expansion.

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