The game hit a peak 176,208 players on Steam.
With Rainbow Six Siege‘s third season of add-on content now out, the game’s player count has reached an all-time high on Steam.
As detailed on SteamCharts, Ubisoft’s first-person shooter recorded a peak 176,208 players, up from last year’s player count of 47,000. This number is especially impressive considering Rainbow Six Siege launched back in 2015.
Additionally, the game’s Year 3 DLC pass is currently the third best-selling product on Steam.
Season 3 adds two new playable characters, Frenchman Lion and Russian Finka, who can be used in competitive and co-op modes. Also included are new skins and equipment, as well as the Outbreak co-op mode and the new Team Rainbow mission Operation Chimera.
Ubisoft announced earlier this month it’s changing Renown costs to make operators cheaper as well as doubling down on banning racist and homophobic language.
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