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When did Rainbow Six Siege come out?

Rainbow Six Siege released a long time ago and is still popular. If you’re curious about its release date, here’s when the game came out.



Operators in Rainbow Six Siege posing

Rainbow Six Siege was released several years ago but it still boasts a massive player base. If you’re someone who isn’t aware of the game’s past, read to know when Rainbow Six Siege came out and left its mark on the FPS genre of gaming.

Unique operators and accurate shooting mechanics are quite common in FPS games. Apex Legends, Overwatch 2, and Valorant have benefited greatly from this model. However, Rainbow Six Siege stands out among these games because it allows you to be more tactical and matches in closed quarters make the overall experience far more action-packed and intense.

Although Rainbow Six Siege has received consistent content updates, it is certainly not a new game. As a result, the community is currently divided between veterans who’ve been playing from day one and newbies who want to try out a new shooter game.

If you’re someone who wants to try out Rainbow Six Siege but wants to know when the game came out, this guide will help you.

Official Rainbow Six Siege promo art

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege release date on PC and consoles

Rainbow Six Siege was released worldwide on December 1, 2015, for PC (Windows), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. After five years, Ubisoft released it for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S on December 1, 2020.

Rainbow Six Siege was also available on Google Stadia and was released for the cloud gaming service by Google on June 30, 2021. Having said that, Stadia is no longer operating.

Lastly, Rainbow Six Siege was released for Amazon Luna in January 2022. Apart from these major releases, we’ve seen several DLC and season pass updates in the past seven years.

Operators in Rainbow Six Siege

Despite its release in 2015, 2022 is not a bad time to try out Rainbow Six Siege. Stats suggest that thousands of players still play it daily, and you might fit in.

Well, this was everything to know about Rainbow Six Siege’s release date on PC, Xbox, PlayStation, and other platforms.

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