Players have been theorizing about the gadgets that will be coming with Rainbow Six Siege’s Year 4 Season 3 operators, primarily based on some art that accompanied new operator Nokk – a blackboard in the background of one piece of her concept art shows a grappling hook and some kind of fuel canister. Now, a well-regarded Siege leaker has said that according to their source, the second gadget is a deployable shield that spreads fire.
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One of the key elements to effective Rainbow Six Siege play is communication. Sharing information with your teammates can make the difference between rinsing and getting rinsed. What if, however, all the players on a team shared the same brain? That’s the question YouTuber Basically Homeless set out to answer with five PCs, five Siege accounts, and a switcher.
A new game built in the Rainbow Six Siege engine is set to be revealed by Ubisoft at E3 next week. Speaking on the Kotaku Splitscreen podcast, reporter Jason Schreier says that the new game, which may be called Rainbow Six Quarantine, will be unveiled in the next couple of days.
Rainbow Six Siege is getting a new ranked mode soon, but it’s not set to go live until the next season. However, Ubisoft is giving you a chance to try out the rule changes early with the Ranked Reborn playlist, now live alongside the current free weekend. You’ll be able to dive in and try the new rules from now until June 10.
Ubisoft wants Rainbow Six Siege to make the jump to the next generation of consoles, but the development team is keenly interested in preserving its existing player bases on all platforms. When it comes to making the leap to Microsoft’s and Sony’s next consoles, Ubisoft is looking at it they way it does with powerful PCs.
While plenty of balance changes have been noted as part of the official Phantom Sight patch notes, there are a few other Rainbow Six Siege alterations that have made a sneakier entrance via the technical test server. The latest TTS build is mostly focused on bug fixes, but changes for Pulse, Twitch, Kaid, and Frost are here, too – and the latter two are the most notable.
The latest big Rainbow Six Siege update isn’t even out yet, and it’s already time to start talking about Season 3. A bit of concept art released with Nokk and Warden gives us some indications about what to expect from the next pair of new operators – specifically, a pair of gadgets that could really shake up attack and defense.
It looks like Rainbow Six Siege players are just about to get some serious gear. A big stream of leaks hit Twitter this week, showcasing a range of cosmetic additions that could be heading to the online tactical shooter very soon. Weapon skins, outfits, and a raft of new ranked charms are just some of the goodies that feature. Oh, and Smoke’s new Elite skin – that’s a big one.
Rainbow Six Siege’s Year Four, Season 2 update, Operation Phantom Sight, will bring with it significant changes to ranked play. Two game modes, Hostage and Secure Area, have been removed from ranked queues, meaning that you’ll have to play Bomb if you want to play competitively.
Rainbow Six Siege’s Operation Phantom Sight is introducing a brand new elite set for one of its operators, as expected. Ubisoft revealed the new elite skin today at the Pro League Season IX Finals in Milan, and it’s a futuristic armored set called the Nano-Tox 32.