Brand director Alexandre Remy said in an interview that no sequel is planned, at least not yet. Instead, you can expect Ubisoft to continue to support Siege through the games-as-a-service model.
"We are saying extremely loudly here: there is no sequel planned,"Rem ytold Eurogamer. "We will be here for the next 10 years. So expect more Rainbow 6 in your life for quite some time."
The company also revealed some new features and changes to the game coming in the future. The changes, as detailed by Reddit user URZ_, are as follows:
· 8 new operators are coming in Year 3. Goal is still hitting 100 operators eventually.
· Changes coming to the standard edition. You will now start with all 20 legacy (original) operators unlocked.
· In the future all weapon attachments will befree and unlocked from the go.
· The problem child that is starter edition will go from 4 free operators to 6.
· They are adding new Data-centers in South Africaand South Europe.
· Pick and Ban is coming for operators inPro-league. Each side gets to ban 1 attacker and 1 defender for the whole map.
· Pro-league will be 1 team attacking 5 times followed by the other team attacking 5 times.
· They will be working hard on improving thePro-league in general. They are first of all reworking the observation tool.
· Some maps will be renovated and rebalanced.Bomb-mode will be the focus for map design.
· The map "Yacht" is coming back to casual.
· The Map "Hereford" will be the first map to be reworked.
· Every season (at least that is the goal. Changes will ship when ready) a map will receive a buff. Small changes that should help improve the meta on the map, mostly through improving specific objectives to make more bomb-sights viable.
· First map to receive a buff is"Clubhouse". Bar-room and Top floor will both be buffed. They are aimingfor season 2 as the goal for completion.
· Esports is there to stay.
· Lan-competitions will happen. Dreamhack got namedropped but didn't catch the context.