During last week's Six Invitational, Ubisoft has revealed not only first details on Operation Burnt Horizon
, but also what is coming next to Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege
after that event. According to the French publisher, eight new Operators will join the highly popular multiplayer shooter's roster in 2019, including soldiers from Australia, the US, Denmark, Peru, Mexico, Kenya, and finally India.
Ubisoft is planning to release only one new map this year (featured in Burnt Horizon
's 21st map and an "homage to all the dusty service stations and motels that populate the forgotten highways of the continent and places filled with hardworking locals
"), with three old ones being reimagined (Kafe, Kanal and Theme Park). There are also plenty of operator reworks to look forward to.
Considering that Siege
is usually the fourth most-played game on Steam, it comes as no surprise that the Tom Clancy's
title has almost reached a massive 45 million players worldwide, and that number will be even bigger after the inclusion of the upcoming updates. Check out the Year 4
The Siege is a brand-new style of gameplay embracing the reality of counter-terrorist operatives across the world: intense and asymmetrical close-quarters combat between attackers and defenders. As a defender, you will have the means to transform your environment into strongholds to prevent the attackers from breaching. As an attacker, you will have many planning options to face this challenge and defuse these situations.
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