Nearly six years after Rainbow Six Siege released Ubisoft’s shooter continues to draw in players in record numbers, which is why it’s more important than ever that Siege’s training modes are up to date. However, the team “don’t have anything major planned” for the current Training Grounds and Situations, but is invested in creating tools for “operators, weapons, and gadgets”.
Rainbow Six Siege’s developer has been promising a dedicated training mode of some sort for a long time now, and while the game does boast Training Grounds and Situations modes for new players to try out they’re very basic – and most importantly, have not been updated to reflect Siege as it currently is, or how players actually play the game.
We spoke with associate game director Aurélien Chiron about this issue, and it sounds like the Siege team isn’t happy with the current training options either. “Training Grounds and Situations are not a great tool for onboarding,” Chiron confirms. “We don’t have anything major planned for them apart from some difficulty tweaks.”