The operator of Rainbow Six Siege, Rainbow Six Operator, announced today that they will not be reopening a temporary store in San Diego, CA.
The closure of the store has been postponed for at least a week, according to a statement on the company’s website.
Rainbow Six Operators statement on temporary closure in San Antonio, TX: “As a result of this decision, we will no longer be operating in San Jose, CA or in the San Francisco Bay Area, for now.”
The temporary closure comes after several operators and employees were told to leave their homes due to Hurricane Irma in late August.
At the time, the operator of the shop, S3 Games, said that it had no other choice but to close.
The San Diego store reopened on Monday, August 24.
S3 Games and Rainbow Six operators have been discussing the future of the business for some time, with some in the gaming community saying that the business was going to collapse if the temporary closure wasn’t made permanent.
The San Francisco store will reopen with all of its game content, including new shooters, and new items, including weapons, apparel, and more, according the operator.
However, there will be no new content added to the game.
In the meantime, customers will have the option to continue playing the game on their preferred platform.
S7 Games announced last month that they would be relocating to New York.
It is not clear if the operator will remain in San Francisco or move to New Jersey, where the operator already resides.