A wave of Rainbow Six Siege Year 4 leaks hints at two Australian Operators on the horizon.
Ubisoft is gearing up the next major update headed to Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, kicking off the tactical shooter’s fourth year of post-launch content. While its Year 4 Pass recently hit digital storefronts, official details on planned future updates are yet to surface.
Retaining Rainbow Six Siege’s prior content structure, Year 4 expected to deliver four separate expansions, each themed around a nation’s counterterrorism unit (CTU). Alleged details on Year 4 Season 1 have now emerged, indicating an Australian update is planned for early 2019.
First posted to ResetEra, Year 4’s latest leak details two Australian Operators in development. Headlining the duo is Gridlock, an alleged attacking Operator, equipped with proximity-based “red web tracker” gadgets. Once triggered, these devices damage nearby foes and emit an audible alarm. Such an ability could prove valuable in locking down defender rotations.