February 26, 2018

Rainbow Six Siege Outlines Season Plans for Year 3

21 November 2017, 01:24 | Ruben Fields

Rainbow Six Siege Year 3 Content Roadmap Announced

Rainbow Six Siege

Ubisoft has revealed its plans for the third year of DLC for Rainbow Six Siege.

Rainbow Six Siege is available now for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

In the competition final on Sunday, Black Dragon faced off against Ence Esports. Full details can be found on the Rainbow Six Siege website, too.

Ubisoft Montreal revealed the new game mode at an event over the weekend, according to Eurogamer, adding that players will be fighting "against something you might not totally expect".

"This season's two operators are specialists in biohazard situations and, on top of being playable in adversarial multiplayer, will have to face a major threat in what will be the game's first co-op event ever, named Outbreak". What is new however, is that some seasons of this upcoming year will include operators from two different countries rather than both from one nation.

NFL accuses Cowboys owner of engaging in conduct detrimental to the league
The NFL informed Jones's lawyer, David Boies, in a letter from a league attorney that it considers Jones to be engaged in conduct detrimental to the league.

The event, called "Outbreak", will be available for free for four weeks, though the company didn't say when it would go live. Are many of you still playing Rainbow Six?

Season 2 is taking place in a new location in Italy and will feature two new Italian GIS operators. Operation White Noise will be adding new Operators Dokkaebi, Vigil, and Zofia, with new gadgets, and a new Tower map situated in South Korea.

Season 2 will revert to type with a pair of Italian GIS operators and a new map set in Italy, before Season 3 diverges again with an operator from Scotland Yard in the United Kingdom and Delta Force in the U.S. alongside a complete overhaul of an existing map.

Inspired by real-world counter-terrorist organizations, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege puts players in the middle of lethal close-quarter confrontations.

Other News

Trending Now

Rain, wind, snow on tap; sunny Sunday to follow
Saturday night is forecast to bring up to 90 percent chances of rain in some areas, with an 80 percent chance of show in Massena. Sunday - Rain before 9am, then rain and snow showers likely between 9am and noon, then snow showers likely after noon.

Moody's morning surprise brings cheers in India
But some economists said an upgrade from the other big rating agencies seemed unlikely. HPCL said the firm would benefit from both lower borrowing costs and a stronger rupee.

North Korean defector had 'enormous amount' of parasitic worms in body
The soldier was flown to hospital by helicopter on Monday after his escape to South Korea under fire from North Korean soldiers. The problem is common among defectors, the professor said, but may not be reflective of the North Korean population.

WH responds after Trump criticizes Franken
The women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual assault are patiently awaiting his undoing. Franken quickly apologized to Tweeden and called for a full investigation of his actions.

Grigor Dimitrov vs David Goffin
Well, right now I'm right here. "I just can't believe it", Goffin said after the match with disbelief writ large on his face. Dimitrov needed five championship points to get over the line as an untimely wobble invited Goffin back into the final set.

Kim Kardashian's not happy about her surrogate's birth plan
"When there are lots of rumors, we have this family group chat and we threaten each other's lives if we speak for the other one", she said.

Clinton, Uranium One deal a Republican smokescreen
Many viewers of Mr Smith's programme were outraged by his comments and suggested that he ought to work for CNN or MSNBC. "First", he said , "the Clinton State Department had no power to veto or approve that transaction".

Kirsten Gillibrand Says Bill Clinton Should've Resigned Over The Monica Lewinsky Scandal
Brzezinski's remarks come as a wide variety of liberal journalists have thrashed Clinton for his past misconduct with women. She has spoken to a number of survivors over the past four-to-five years, and so, she understands this issue.

Leonardo's 'Salvator Mundi' sets new auction record in New York | Christie's
Gouzer, the co-chairman of Post-War and Contemporary Art at Christie's, talked of the "incredible journey" this sale had involved. For years it was presumed to have been destroyed, emerging only in 2005 when it was purchased from a United States estate.

Uber and Volvo are upping their self-driving auto agreement
Uber already uses Volvo's XC90 as the testbed for its self-driving system, which is now undergoing trials in Arizona and Pittsburgh.