Year 2 of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege starts tomorrow with the release of a new expansion. Operation Velvet Shell brings Mira and Jackal, 2 new G.E.O. (Grupo Especial de Operaciones) operators plus a new map, weapon skins and new navigation interface. Screens and trailer inside.
TOM CLANCY’S RAINBOW SIX® SIEGE OPERATION VELVET SHELL AVAILABLE TOMORROW
The first main content update of Year 2 introduces a brand-new map with two new operators, an additional gameplay feature
as well as a major navigation update
San Francisco — February 6, 2017 – Today, Ubisoft announced that Operation Velvet Shell, the first free update of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 will be available for Xbox One, Sony Playstation®4 and Windows PC from February 7, 2017. Year 2 pass holders will instantly receive the two new Operators of the Spanish Counter Terrorist Unit as well as their 4 signature weapons skins and non-Season Pass owners will be able to unlock them using Renown in-game currency or R6 Credits starting on February 14, 2017.
The new Coastline map featuring Operation Velvet Shell
In Operation Velvet Shell, players will be plunged into an effervescent night ambiance on the seashore of Ibiza. While embodying two Spanish operators from the Grupo Especial de Operaciones, the Rainbow team will regain control of the coastline thanks to their unique tactical expertise:
• Mira has proven her strength and endurance but her best asset is her knowledge in mechanics. She is specialized in armoring process for ballistic protection. Equipped with the Vector 45 ACP and ITA12L as primary weapons, she can find the weaker spot on any machinery and reinforce it.
• Jackal has developed his expertise in tracking down HVTs and intercepting narcotics shipments with the G.E.O.s. Equipped with the C7E and PDW9 as primary weapons, he triggered an acute sensitivity relating to his environment, which enables him to spot irregularities rapidly.
Additionally, as part of the ongoing commitment to enrich Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege playing experience, Year 2 will start with new dynamic navigation interface, making all players activities such as challenges, news and boosters available in the same place. Xavier Marquis, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Creative Director explains “We are working hard on ensuring the game’s longevity. Since we are here to stay, we’re making sure that you are getting comfortable”.
To learn more about Operation Velvet shell, please visit www.rainbow6.com/VelvetShell
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is currently available worldwide for consoles and Windows PC.
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