Rainbow Six Siege Operation Grim Sky map rework and Operators teased

Rainbow Six Siege Operation Grim Sky map rework and Operators teased

Unlike the previous two seasons, the operators are split between attack and defense roles. The new season is nearly upon us and the team over at Ubisoft gave us a sneak peek at what's next ahead of the full Paris Major reveal happening later this month.

Ubisoft's tactical-military shooter Rainbow Six Siege has started to tease details of its next season, bringing with it new Operators and the first "Map Rework", a ongoing commitment by Ubisoft Montreal by change the balance of certain stage in the uber-popular online game.

According to Rainbow Six Siege's blog, Operation Grim Sky adds Operators from two different organizations. Which is also hinted by one of the event's new operators; a Defender who actually happens to hail from Blighty.

She's a tough police officer who's an expert on mob behavior and snatch-squad tactics. "She knows she belongs on the front line and she won't tolerate any nonsense".

The second Operator is an American Attacker, a specialist in tactical operations. He has seen the worst in Kabul.


It's nearly time, Rainbow Six Siege fans!

They also talked briefly about the map reworks, beginning with Hereford Base.

It has been fully reworked for Operation Grim Sky with a new "visual identity", layout, and architecture. But that's not all! It also scales resolution on consoles.

The full reveal of Year 3 Season 3 content for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege will be made on August 17-19 during the Six Major Paris. Rainbow Six Siege is available for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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