Rainbow Six Siege's first year is coming to an end, but Ubisoft has already promised to support the game for a second year.
The past year has been an incredible journey, and we are excited to have you join us for another full year of content! pic.twitter.com/2W9youloDJ— Rainbow Six Siege (@Rainbow6Game) November 13, 2016
Rainbow Six Siege is an interesting case. It suffered a somewhat muted launch last year, but positive word of mouth and good work on the part of developers have impressed players, to the point where more are now playing than when it came out in December 2015.
So word of a second year of support is good news for Rainbow Six's 10 million-strong community. What it entails, we don't know, but new maps and operators look like a safe bet.
Meanwhile, the fourth major update for season one comes out this week. Operation Red Crow is set in Japan.