Today Ubisoft has been hosting the Six Invitational 2019 and had a lot of Rainbow Six Siege content to share for the fans of the popular shooter.
First of all, we get a video showing the two Australian shooters coming with the upcoming Operation Burnt Horizon. We’ll get the attacker Gridlock with the peculiar ability to deploy clusters of spikes. Defender Mozzie can use a “pest” launcher to hack enemy drones and use them to his team’s advantage.
On top of that, we also get to see the new map Outback. As for why someone would plant a bomb in an Australian roadhouse in the middle of nowhere, your guess is as good as mine.
The second video that you’ll see below highlights a ton of changes coming with the fourth year of Rainbow Six Siege, both to the game itself and to the teams working on it.
Incidentally, we’ll get operators from the United States and Denmark in season two, from Mexico and Peru in season three, and from Kenia and India in season four.
The third video showcases the Elite Set for Hibana, which will come on March 6.
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