Rainbow Six: Siege - Update

On 21st of February, Ubisoft announced a new season for Rainbow Six: Siege called Crimson Heist. Which introduced a brand new operator from Argentina named Flores and a rework for border map. Flores is a medium speed attacker that will soon join the Rainbow Six group.

Marcus Krüger

Marcus Krüger

Director eSports

This new operator carries 3 RCE-Ratero charges, which are explosive drones. This gadget is a timed drone with basically a C4 on it. It can kill an opponent or a gadget if activated close to him. As soon as you take control of the drone, it will go forward without any possibility to stop. The RCE is destroyable only when rolling and when it gets activated, it’ll stop and explode after a short timer where the opponent can get out of range.


Mute’s jammer now disables Claymores and Nomads air blasts.
Added missing status feedback for other affected devices.
The warning icon that appears when a drone is near Mozzie’s pests now pulses at different rates depending on how close the drone is to the pest.
Blackbeard’s rifle shield TP has been reduced to 20 (from 50 previously).
Mk17 damage has been reduced to 40 (from 49 previously).
Stun grenades replace fragmentation grenades.
The GONNE-6 replaces the C75.


Players now have access to the viewing area (via the home page). There you will find all replays saved by the new match replay system. This feature allows players to re-watch matches and relive gameplay from all angles and perspectives. The system’s control bar allows players to fast-forward and rewind, as well as select their favourite round and preferred replay speed.

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