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Rainbow Six Siege: All Camera Locations for Every Map

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Rainbow Six Siege: All Camera Locations for Every Map

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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is redefining what it means to be a competitive shooter. Instead of focusing on wild gameplay and 360 no scopes, Ubisoft has crafted a tactical title, introducing characters with unique perks that will help combat the enemy team. Destructible walls, drones, and the occasional camera or two add an entirely new depth to the game as well.

With that in mind, it is important for anyone who wants to get good at Rainbow Six Siege to understand the map layouts, especially camera placements. To help, we’ve set up a guide detailing camera locations on each map, as well as things that are unique about their placement and importance.

Bartlett Universtiy is currently excluded since it hasn’t been placed into Rainbow Six Siege’s rotation in months. That was almost the case with Favela as well, but it has been spotted here and there in Rainbow Six Siege’s test servers. We will also be sure to update Clubhouse and Hereford Base reworks soon as well, alongside Operation Para Bellum’s Villa. For now, here are the camera locations for each map in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.

 

Camera Locations in Rainbow Six Siege

Bank

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Bank has a total of seven cameras, with three outside and four inside. The outdoor cameras are located at Main Entrance, Garage Ramp, and Back Alley. You’ll find the inside cameras are spread throughout three floors, located at Lobby, Vault Lobby, Office Hallway, and Skylight Stairwell.

Spawn A is the most exposed sightline, as Main Entrance and Garage Ramp almost intersect. Lobby is probably the most important camera to take out, as it will provide your team with the ability to move around more freely.

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Andrew has wandered around with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications sitting in his back pocket for a while now, all the while wondering what he is going to do for a career. Luckily, video games have always been there, especially as his freelance writing career progresses.

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