Rainbow Six Siege is now in its 5th year, and the developers have already announced their plans for both the 5th and 6th years. This information was revealed at the Six Invitational 2020.
New updates will have new content, reworks, and in-game events.
For Year 5 the first two seasons will stay in the current format, with two Operators and a map rework; while the second half of the year will introduce the Year 6 format.
From Year 6, each new season will introduce one new operator with plenty of free content available for all players: a map rework, a limited-time event, along with major core gameplay updates.
A Battle Pass will also be available each season, starting with Operation Void Edge.
Ubisoft has announced that future updates will prioritize on the following aspects
A smart ping system has also been announced that will allow players to communicate without in-game voice chat.
In Year 5, Tachanka will be the first Operator completely reworked, and others will follow in the upcoming seasons.
In both Year 5 and Year 6, there will, again, be one major in-game event during each season.
In addition, weekend-only Arcade Playlists are also coming to the game. The first Arcade Playlist, Golden Gun, will happen during Y5S1, and more are planned for later, starting in Y5S3.
There are more changes coming including the following for Year 5 and 6
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