Rainbow Six Siege fans are selling skins for hundreds of dollars. Ubisoft has launched an analogue of the Steam trading platform

by alex

Now a new layer of businessmen has appeared in the Rainbow Six Siege community trying to make extra money on virtual assets

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege has been in development for many years. Ubisoft continues to explore different ways to monetize the long-running online shooter.

The game features many cosmetic items – the authors of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege came up with the idea of ​​adding the ability to sell virtual assets. However, the Ubisoft team did not connect the game to the Steam trading platform, but assembled its own.

They are currently testing the Rainbow Six Siege Marketplace project. Some players were able to experience the Ubisoft marketplace and are sharing footage from the scene. They allow you to estimate the current value of virtual assets.

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The premium currency R6 Credits is used for trading on this trading platform. The cost of purchasing it in the Ubisoft store is as follows:

  • 600 credits – $5;
  • 1,200 credits – $10;
  • 2,670 credits – $20;
  • 4,920 credits – $35;
  • 7,560 credits – $50;
  • 16,000 credits – $100.

Judging by incoming information, Rainbow Six Siege fans are willing to pay hundreds of dollars for some assets (not counting possible taxes).

Rainbow Six Siege fans are selling skins for hundreds of dollars. Ubisoft has launched an analogue of the Steam trading platform

Rainbow Six Siege fans are selling skins for hundreds of dollars. Ubisoft has launched an analogue of the Steam trading platform

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