Ubisoft recently released a trailer for the new Rainbow Six Siege Operator and Operation Crimson Heist, both of which will be revealed this weekend.
A new trailer for Ubisoft mocks Rainbow six siege‘s Operation Crimson Heist and the new operator named Flores will both receive full reveals this weekend. The latest seasonal update for Rainbow six siegeNeon Dawn launched several weeks ago in December, featuring Operator Aruni and a reworked version of the fan-favorite skyscraper map.
In December, Ubisoft also released the next-gen tactical shooter patch, an update that everyone Rainbow six siege owners of the new consoles can access it at no additional cost. The update most notably makes 4K resolution and 120 FPS possible on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X consoles, while the Xbox Series S hangs at 1080p resolution. Also, the PS5 version supports DualSense and the Activities function of the console. Fortunately, it seems that all players will soon have another reason to return to the online experience.
Ubisoft has unveiled Rainbow six siege Operation Crimson Heist and Operador Flores in a new trailer. Currently, it is unclear how much new content will arrive with the next update, but more concrete details will emerge when a full reveal is released on Sunday, February 21 at 12:00 pm EST. At the very least, the teaser images indicate that the arrival of Flores will introduce a new attacking Operator. It remains to be seen how Flores could differentiate himself from the rest of his fellow Operators.
The impending full reveal indicates that Operation Crimson Heist and Operator Flowers could launch at some point in the near future. And such an update can serve as one of the last great marketing impulses that Rainbow six siege receives before Ubisoft starts talking more about the Tom Clancy brand’s next big outing: the game formally known as Rainbow Six Quarantine.
Ubisoft originally featured Rainbow Six Quarantine during E3 2019, attaching an early 2020 release window to the co-op title at the time. But it was eventually counted among one of the projects the publisher decided to delay after disappointing releases of Division 2 Y Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. The pandemic presumably played a major role in Ubisoft’s long silence about the next Rainbow six entry, although a new title will be announced soon, the publisher has confirmed.
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