Another year of updates is headed to Rainbow Six Siege. These are all the details so far.
Ubisoft has kicked off 2018’s final season of Rainbow Six Siege with its new Moroccan-themed update, Operation Wind Bastion. Marking the end of its Year 3 roadmap, a new wave of annual updates lies ahead, further expanding the hit tactical shooter. While official details on Rainbow Six Siege Year 4 are limited, we’ve wrapped up everything known so far.
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What to expect from Rainbow Six Siege Year 4 roadmap
Back in 2017, Ubisoft wrapped its Year 2 content offerings with Operation White Noise’s reveal, alongside the Year 3 roadmap breaking down its 2018 plans. This year, Operation Wind Bastion has passed without mention of Year 4, indicating a standalone roadmap reveal is on the horizon. Although Ubisoft is yet to reveal what’s next, we already know what to expect.
As with prior Rainbow Six Siege annual roadmaps, Year 4 should be comprised of four distinct seasons, themed around new counterterrorism units (CTUs). It’s a well-established template, likely bringing two playable Operators, one multiplayer map, and more under each seasonal refresh.