It seems to be like Rainbow Six Siege is lastly getting cross-play. Ubisoft has beforehand indicated that it needs cross-play in all its PvP games, and it appears the Siege builders are getting in on the directive. After hints of the characteristic appeared just lately in the sport’s UI, Ubisoft has confirmed that it’s now in testing, and additional particulars are coming subsequent month.

“Cross-play between PC and cloud gaming platforms is currently being tested,” the Siege devs say in a tweet. “Tune in to Ubisoft Forward on Saturday, June 12 for more information on Rainbow Six Siege’s plans for cross-play and cross-progression.” (We have an entire E3 schedule that will help you hold these kinds of occasions straight, by the way.)

While the testing talked about right here solely references PC and cloud platforms like Stadia, new UI bits players have discovered reference PC and console customers interacting with one another. Of course, Siege must take care of the identical drawback all aggressive FPS games with cross-play have needed to reckon with – how do you guarantee a stage enjoying area between controllers and mice? Input-based matchmaking has been one answer, however I suppose we’ll see what Ubisoft has in thoughts in only a few weeks.

The concept of cross-progression, attending to take your profile and unlocks throughout platforms, may be much more thrilling, although.

For what else you would possibly discover on the Rainbow Six Siege Year 6 roadmap, you’ll be able to observe that hyperlink.

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