Crossplay is now finally available across PC and console in Rainbow Six Siege. Which platforms can interact with which though, and how does Mobile fit into the mix? We’ve got everything you need to know here.
After years of asking Ubisoft for the feature, Rainbow Six Siege now have crossplay enabled in the game to let them team up (and headshot) players on other platforms.
The feature has had a staggered rollout, but the end is in sight with Operation Solar Raid at the end of Year 7. Here’s everything we know about crossplay in Rainbow Six Siege.
- Rainbow Six Siege Crossplay on PC
- Rainbow Six Siege Crossplay on Console
- Rainbow Six Siege Crossplay on Mobile
Rainbow Six Siege Crossplay on PC
PC players can already enjoy crossplay, albeit only with Siege owners playing on Amazon Luna. However they will not be able to team up with their console counterparts on PlayStation and Xbox.
Rainbow Six Siege Crossplay on Console
PlayStation and Xbox crossplay has finally been added to Siege as part of Operation Solar Raid, with Sony and Microsoft console owners able to play against each other at the end of 2022.
Both console families already support cross-generational lobbies. The console cross-play will continue to support that, meaning PS4 and PS5 players will be united with Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S players.
Ubisoft also revealed cross-progression will debut at the same time as console crossplay.
With the announcement of Rainbow Six Mobile, some players are curious about whether Siege players on PC and console could crossplay with their handheld counterparts.
For now, the answer is a firm no. Rainbow Six Mobile only has access to a limited selection of Operators and maps, and the game was basically built from the ground up to be perfectly optimized for the smaller devices.
It’s unlikely we’ll ever see crossplay between Siege on PC / Console and its mobile counterpart.