ByAdeline Belluz 2019-06-10 482
Ubisoft had already expressed its intention to make Rainbow Six last year and last year, it mentioned the presence of 100 agents in the futures game. It was even a question of making the game last 10 years, and that no further action would be taken. Today, the developers confirm that the FPS is here to stay.
Alexandre Remy, head of the Rainbow Six franchise, confided to our colleagues at Dailystar and confirmed that the developers did not want to proceed with the game. The team is also preparing for the next generation of consoles, Xbox and Playstation, and he says that in an ideal world, each platform could play with all the others.
We wondered how to ensure that the Siege player base is able to migrate - if it wants to migrate - while making it cheaper[than buying a new copy of the game on a new generation] if possible or via backwards compatibility.
Sony has already announced that PS4 games will work on PS5, and Microsoft should do the same in just one week at the E3 Xbox conference. Alexandre Remy adds that they will make the necessary efforts when the next-gen arrives, and that the process should be similar - managing a high-end PC versus a less powerful one.
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