Rainbow Six Outback packs spark controversy
The Rainbow Six Siege team announced changes to the game in various versions and gave updates on what is new and imminent in Operation Outbreak, including new skins and toiletries. In Operation Outbreak, they introduced "Outbreak Packs," paid loot boxes that are open to all and reward players with unique furs and cosmetics.
Interestingly, the new Rainbow Six disease packages offer something of their own. They appear to be fueling controversy within the fan base. Ubisoft has not yet commented on the disease packages for Rainbow Six, but we will keep you informed with any statement.
Rainbow Six Siege has one of the most loyal fan bases in the game, and the new cosmetics packages that have come to their form from the outbreaks of temporary events appear to have missed the mark. Some people, including former Victory developer Niclas "Pengu" Mouritzen, believe it would have been slightly cheaper to offer the packs themselves as a game mode. Instead of offering the packs for purchase, Ubisoft should have offered them as a bundle with the new Extraction game mode, which has not yet been released as it is currently offered separately from the game.
In-game ways to earn these packs bring Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege closer to the popular Plague Mode packs. The main difference is that the "Outbreak Collection" which includes over 50 items including uniforms, skins, charms, headgear and elite sets, is available as an escape set which can be purchased in escape mode for a limited period of time via multiple play options or by purchasing the Advanced Edition of the game. The main difference is that the disease packages require a premium currency in order to receive them, and there is no way to obtain them without paying for them.
Outbreak packs were released in Operation Chimera season 2018 as a replacement for alpha packs, which were randomly selected cosmetic prey drops. Skin collections from the events of the outbreak in Rainbow Six Siege, which debuted that same year with Operation Chimera, returned to the in-game store. It seemed at the time that the Skins could return, not to frustrate a portion of the Rainbow Six player base.
There are a variety of ideas to improve the situation, from those unlikely to restore escape mode, to Ubisoft's profit-driven goals, to bundling outbreak series with cosmetic limited editions of Rainbow Six: Extraction. With a new game mode coming out this autumn and cross-play coming up for next year, it's not a good time for Rainbow Six Siege to experience bad publicity.
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It wasn't long before the players began commenting on and reacting to the return of the breakout pack. Based on the response to Rainbow Six's original tweet, we can say that the LTE packs and the LTE mode are gone, and if they're gone, it's because it's not what they had in mind. The addition of skins returning to the event has given the impression that Ubisoft is reaching for money.
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