Ubisoft has announced some details about the NextGen version of the multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six Siege. Accordingly, there will be a free upgrade for all owners of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. Ubisoft has also provided information on the technical aspects.
It has been known since the beginning of this year that the multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six Siege will also appear for the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series towards the end of this year. A specific release date has not yet been set. However, Ubisoft has now announced some new details about the NextGen versions, which of course we don't want to withhold from you.
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Accordingly, there will be a free upgrade for the owners of Rainbox Six Siege on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. If you have already bought the multiplayer shooter for one of these two platforms, you can switch to the NextGen version at no additional cost. How exactly the process for this upgrade will look like has not yet been revealed by the publisher or the developers. Corresponding information should not be long in coming. At the moment there is still the question of whether the upgrade also includes all previously purchased DLC, additional packages and the existing Save Games.
The upgrade should be worthwhile, especially in terms of graphics. As Ubisoft has also announced, Rainbow Six Siege will be (buy now € 19.98 /7.5 € ) on both the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X in 4K resolution and at 120 frames per second. Publishers and developers are currently silent about whether this is the maximum value or a continuous frame rate. We will of course keep you up to date on this.
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