Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – Free weekend on November 10th, major update coming on November 17th

Ubisoft announced today that Operation Red Crow, the fourth major update for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege will be available on November 17th. In line with the studio’s commitment to provide new post-launch content for the game and complete the Year One road map, this content update introduces a free new map and new gameplay features. Once again two new Operators will be available for Season Pass holders on November 17th and for all players on November 24th.

Ubisoft also announced that Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege will be available for free from November 10th to 13th.

In the lead up to the fourth major update, the Rainbow Six community remains strong and continues to increase with more people playing Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege than there were at launch. According to Ubisoft, more than 10 million players have played Rainbow Six Siege.

In Operation Red Crow, the Skyscraper map is perched high above the streets of Nagoya, Japan, where Operators have to neutralise an organised crime threat within a Yakuza-filled mansion. Two Japanese Special Assault Team (S.A.T.) Operators, Hibana and Echo, have been enlisted to suppress this menace:

  • is an expert at gaining entry in high risk areas thanks to her explosive leadership on the field. She is equipped with the SuperNova and Type-89 as primary weapons, allowing for rapid movement and providing precise room-to-room clearings.
  • a tactical and technology-driven Operator, is also equipped with the SuperNova, along with the MP5SD4 as primary weapons, allowing him to proceed rapidly and precisely in Close Quarter Battle contexts.

Further details on the content of Operation Red Crow will be unveiled during the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 Finals livestream, which will include the first live demo of the new DLC.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege - Operation Red Crow Echo Operator Preview [NA]

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