From rethinking the attacker approach to new defensive tricks, we reflect on Rainbow Six Siege’s Year 4 additions.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege has concluded its Year 4 content lineup, packing eight Operators across four scheduled seasonal updates. Ubisoft wraps the year amid record success, as the title surpasses over 50 million players, and achieves its highest active player count since launch. Alongside exemplary efforts to tackle community concerns, the hit shooter enters 2020 healthier than ever.
Year 4 also expanded the playable roster, introducing new gadgets and gizmos, further diversifying the mechanics of combat. That explored some of Ubisoft’s most creative additions to the tactical sandbox yet, while those astray failed to attain the spotlight. With more recruits on the horizon, we’ve ranked every Operator released under Rainbow Six Siege Year 4.
Rainbow Six Siege Year 4 Pass
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The Year 4 Pass unlocks the game’s eight latest Operators, alongside exclusive in-game gear, progression boosters, and much more. With Rainbow Six Siege’s next annual roadmap just months away, it’s your last chance to secure this all-inclusive bundle.