Rainbow Six Siege Year 3 Content Announced

Rainbow Six Siege Year 3 Content Announced

The turnaround for Rainbow Six Siege has been nothing short of remarkable. As previously reported, Zofia uses a double-barrelled grenade launcher. For the first time in a Rainbow Six game, players will engage in sieges, a new style of assault where enemies have the means to transform their environments into modern strongholds while Rainbow Six teams lead the assault to breach the enemy's position.

Rainbow Six Siege's Operation White Noise goes live tomorrow, November 20, 2017.

In addition to the overview video above, hit up the videos below for new Rainbow Six Siege trailers specifically for Dokkaebi, Vigil and Zofia.

Following on from the latest content reveal of Operation White noise, Ubisoft have confirmed that year 3 is on the way and have teased some of the content. The first season, titled "Operation Chimera", will add two biohazard specialists from France and Russian Federation that are playable across the usual multiplayer modes, but it's the new co-op mode that will be of interest to long serving fans of the game. Instead of a map, this expansion brings a new event called Breakout, but there will be two operators.

That teaser image above for Outbreak, and judging by its name and Operation Chimera's new operators being "specialists in biohazard situations" this could be some undead/zombie related co-op experience but we really hope it isn't. A full reveal of this content will occur at the Six Invitational 2018, which will take place in Montreal on the weekend of the 16th-18th February.

To close out the year, Season 4 will end Year 3 with another more traditional update featuring two Operators from Morocco along with a Moroccan map. Season 3 will rework an existing map with new gameplay and tactics, while adding an operator each from Scotland Yard in the United Kingdom and Delta Force in the US. Operation White Noise will be adding new Operators Dokkaebi, Vigil, and Zofia, with new gadgets, and a new Tower map situated in South Korea.

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