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News video games 24 February 2020, 11:00

author: Bart Swiatek

Rainbow Six Siege's Activity Record on Steam Comes From Great Support

After more than four years since its launch, more than 180,000 users played Rainbow Six: Siege simultaneously on Steam alone. The information appeared in a tweet from analyst Benjie Sales, who considers Ubisoft's production to be one of the best examples of post-launch support in the industry.

Rainbow Six: Siege devs have reasons to be satisfied.

IN A NUTSHELL:

  1. Rainbow Six: Siege broke its own activity record on Steam - over 180,000 people played the game at the same time;
  2. Last week, the new season pass for Siege was the second best-selling product in Valve's store;
  3. The game is also available on Uplay and consoles;
  4. The game launched over four years ago.

More than four years after the release, the first-person shooter Rainbow Six: Siege from the French company Ubisoft boasts excellent numbers. The title broke a record on Steam - the number of people playing it simultaneously on Valve's platform exceeded 180 thousand. The information appeared in a tweet of independent analyst Benjie Sales.

It's worth noting that the total number of players is probably a lot bigger - on PCs, the title was also released on Uplay, not to mention PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases. But even considering Steam alone, it's a really great result for a game that is more than four years old. Benji Sales considers Siege to be one of the best examples of long-term dev support in the industry - right next to Fortnite and GTA Online - and it's hard not to agree with him on that.

Proof of Siege's great popularity on Steam is also the excellent sale of the latest season pass - last week the item was the second most popular product on Valve's platform (just after the hack'n'slash Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem), and ahead of GTA V and Metro Exodus, among others.

We would like to remind that the Rainbow Six Siege went on sale on December 1, 2015. We recently learned that Ubisoft is planning to develop versions of the game dedicated to PlayStation 5 and the new Xbox - they will debut with ninth generation platforms.

  1. Rainbow Six: Siege - official website
  2. Rainbow Six: Siege - game guide
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