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While Operation Grim Sky is expected to make its public
« on: November 01, 2018, 01:30:23 am »


Rainbow Six Siege has undergone praiseworthy evolution in its three years on the market, emerging as one of the top shooters. Despite its troubled roots in 2015, Ubisoft's commitment to reinvigorate its participant base Rainbow Six Siege Items  has proven successful, with its population reaching an all-time high in 2018. Now midway through its third year of post-launch content, Ubisoft is not slowing down, promising a roster of 100 Operators in the years ahead.

While Operation Grim Sky is expected to make its public debut next month, we sat down with Ubisoft community developer on Rainbow Six Siege, Craig Robinson, to discuss its contents, and what lies ahead for the game.

Matt Brown, Windows Central games editor: Between back in 2015 and today, what has changed regarding the Rainbow Six Siege growth procedure? The overall perception of Rainbow Six Siege, and what players expect, has clearly changed.

Craig Robinson We have created a commitment to supporting the game long-term. I think we have over simply talked about it, we have shown that with Operation Health, together with the accession of BattlEye in [Operation] Skull Rain, things like this. So gamers will recognize that we're likely to keep on supporting Rainbow Six Siege for quite a while. The goal of 100 operators would be our players point out quite frequently. Again, we're encouraging Rainbow Six for a long time.

The quality of the game has improved also. Operation Health was a turning point for Rainbow Six Siege and it was a period where we took a step back in the continuous speed of releasing articles and took some time to [form ] the infrastructure and foundation of this game, so as to make sure it's a game that could endure for years to come. And we are still reaping the advantages of Operation Health now the new procedures we implemented on the evolution side. So overall, I think that, together with the fact we are speaking with our gamers all comes together, and gamers are expecting us to not bond on Rainbow Six Siege.

The guarantee of 100 Operators that are playable is a significant claim. Do you feel as you continue balancing the expanding roster, as it will end up overwhelming? When you introduce a new Operator, there are balancing adjustments being made throughout the board.

We actually produced a balancing team, so their focus is that the balancing of Operators. This was created in reaction to Lion being published. It is made up of a game designer, a data scientist, and a user researcher, and Buy R6 Items  these three guys, they work together to identify that operators need some alterations. Whether they need a buff, a nerf, where that change has to be implemented, to make sure we get the desired result and don't impact how fun the operator is to play -- and that is their mandate.