Rainbow Six Siege Mobile: Release date, weapons, and other details

Ubisoft is said to be working on the mobile version of its popular competitive shooter Rainbow Six Siege. Here’s what’s known so far.

credit: Ubisoft

Ubisoft launched Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege in 2015, and now, after 6 years, its player base is stronger than ever. While it might not be a mainstream Esports title, it still has a very respectable number of players. It is a tactical shooter game that packs light hero elements. While games such as Overwatch focus highly on hero abilities, Siege has more to do with positioning and players’ aiming skills.

Now, it seems the company might be exploring the idea of bringing the game to mobile platforms. Rainbow Six Siege Mobile could soon become a reality. Here’s everything that is known so far.

Rainbow Six Mobile Survey Leak

The company is yet to make an official announcement regarding a mobile shooter. However, Reddit user u/am335 posted screenshots from a survey sent from Ubisoft Halifax. The survey was targeted at people who game on mobile devices.

It asked how many hours players spend enjoying other mobile games such as PUBG, Fortnite, and COD Mobile. The survey also asked several questions about the player’s familiarity with the Rainbow Six Siege. This doesn’t confirm that Rainbow Six is coming to mobile devices, but it seems very likely.

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Rainbow Six Siege Mobile Release Date

Currently, Ubisoft hasn’t confirmed the existence of Rainbow Six Siege Mobile. However, players have a notion that the survey is enough evidence to believe the game is in the works.

Rainbow Six Siege is an intensive game, but an R6 clone has already been proven that the game can run smoothly on mobile hardware. The clone was dubbed Area F2, and Ubisoft took it down in May last year.

The clone was identical to Rainbow Six Siege, and the company shut it down to protect its IP. However, some players believe that the game was taken down as Ubisoft plans to release a mobile version of the FPS game. It’s possible that the mobile version comes under a different name altogether.

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