Today, Ubisoft announced the full details of the second season of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® Siege Year 4 content. Operation Phantom Sight introduces an all-new Attacker and a Defender, Nøkk and Warden, as well as a major map rework of Kafe Dostoyevsky, situated at the heart of Moscow. Furthermore, in Year 4 Season 2, Rainbow Six Siege will introduce new changes to the recently implemented feature, Reverse Friendly Fire, as well as updates to the Rainbow Six Siege storefront and the Ranked playlist.
In this new season, Nøkk and Warden will redefine how intel is gathered as the newest additions to the Rainbow Six Siege Operator line-up. Armed with her FMG-9 and SIX12-SD, Nøkk uses her high-tech HEL Presence Reduction gadget to quietly navigate behind enemy lines, invisible to cameras and drones alike. Warden uses his Glance Smartglasses to enhance his vision, providing him with better visibility in smoke as well as immunity to flashes while remaining still. His M590A1 and MPX makes him a powerful anchor in...
A rumor that’s now a few months old about something new in
the Ghost Recon world picked up momentum last week on the official Skell Technology
website when an event known as “Skellcon” kicks off at 11:30 am PT on May 9th.
Now, Ubisoft has actually confirmed that something new is coming to Ghost Recon
with a somewhat cryptic tweet earlier today.
At this point, we still don’t know exactly what’s coming,
but we do know that there’s some kind of “world premiere” coming for Tom Clancy’s
Ghost Recon. What’s interesting is that “Skelltech” isn’t actually a real
company – it’s a company from the Tom Clancy game universe that makes a lot of
high-end weapons and gear used by Fourth Echelon, Rainbow, and Ghost Recon. It’s
also a prominent figure in the recent Wildlands expansion “Operation Oracle.”
In that DLC, the Ghost Recon team teams up with a Jon Bernthal lookalike in
order to recover a Skell Engineer that was captured by the Bolivian Special
With that expansion well...
Calling all Ghosts. Fight alongside Walker in a free mission update coming to Ghost Recon Wildlands May 2. Play Operation Oracle as part of the Free Weekend until May 6!
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Ubisoft reveals its plans to reward players who help them maintain their game.
As of yesterday, the developer/publisher of Rainbow Six Siege has launched its Bug Hunter Program, an undertaking “that has been designed to reward all those dedicated players that help us to improve the game’s health with every new update.”
Rainbow Six Siege is quite well known in the gaming community for bouncing back after a particularly rough launch. In its earlier days, it was plagued with hundreds of bugs, some of which were game-breaking. Thanks to a dedicated community, and with more than a little help from its developers, it managed to rise from the ashes and is now one of Ubisoft’s best titles.
In a move to bolster its efforts tackling game issues, Ubisoft has launched R6Fix just last year, which is a community of sorts that identifies bugs and other issues. Since its inception, R6Fix has received over 7,000 bug reports, most of which were patched in a timely manner thanks...