Rainbow Six Siege confirms dates for cross-play and cross-progression

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Rainbow Six Siege confirms dates for cross-play and cross-progression

Rainbow Six Siege will remove barriers on its servers will incorporate cross play and cross progression in the coming dates. Ubisoft has confirmed during the Ubisoft Forward held on the occasion of this E3 2021 that the popular title shooter competitive multiplayer, with more than 50 million players around the world, will have cross-play Y cross-progression from June 30th on PC, Google Stadia Y Amazon Luna.

On the other hand, to early 2022 the users of Xbox Y PlayStation they will add to the equation, so that absolutely all platforms will share saved games and servers; as the players had been demanding for years.

Rainbow Six Siege is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PC, Google Stadia, and Amazon Luna, one of Ubisoft’s most-played titles of the last decade.

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E3 2021 promises great surprises; main conferences

Ubisoft It has been the first company to make a move for this E3 2021, but it will not be the only one. This Sunday starts one of the main main courses of the event, the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, where Microsoft has the opportunity to give a real blow to the table with all the projects it has underway; not just Halo Infinite. Will it be time to see Starfield? His conference starts at 19:00 (CEST).

At 9:15 p.m. (CEST), shortly after the Xbox event ends, Square Enix will invite us to follow their news with the Square Enix Presents. Before going to bed we will know what Warner Bros has to say to us with Back 4 Blood and the PC Gaming Show. Monday will be somewhat quieter. Capcom will be in charge of meeting us at 11:30 p.m. (CEST) to show us news about Resident Evil Village, Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2. Also about The Great Ace Attorney. Is this the time to reveal surprises?

On Tuesday, finally, it will be Nintendo’s turn with its Nintendo Direct at 6:00 p.m. on June 15. Forty minutes of news in a broadcast of which we expect, of course, the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.


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