When there’s too much room for first-person shooters, it’s best to go back to classics. Ubisoft is ready to release another Rainbow Six Siege DLC for those itching to play with tactics.
The newest Rainbow Six Siege DLC is titled Operation Skull Rain, and it’s as ominous as ever. However, players will notice that there are no operators in Update 4.3. Rather, the new Rainbow Six Siege DLC will improve a lot of sections of the highly-acclaimed game’s mechanics.
Patch 4.3 will be deployed to consoles on Tuesday, Oct. 25th.
PS4: 9-10am EDT
XB1: 10-11am EDT
Patch notes: https://t.co/se1JnxW4fu
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Players can view the full patch notes in the Ubisoft Forums.
Exploits No More
The new Rainbow Six Siege DLC will deal with a lot of problematic exploits within the game. BOPE defender Taina “Caveira” Pereira has a nasty glitch that doesn’t allow her to finish her interrogations if a player quits. Ubisoft has finally remedied this by “giving Caveira additional training.”
Meanwhile, the Anti-Bullying System will try to solve the nasty team killer menace by punishing them. This prevents players from targeting teammates repeatedly and will be suffering penalties.
Team killers can be banned for up to seven days of match making for five consecutive offenses. Although it might seem harsh, it’s lighter than other games that have permanent bans.
However, players will not just receive a slew of patches for this update. The newest Rainbow Six Siege DLC will bring players to Japan in a new map. Players can explore tall skyscrapers amid the beautiful Tokyo night life with what appears to be a new Japanese operator.
Unfortunately, developers have not given an exact release date for the new DLC. Players are aware that it will be released sometime before the end of the year.
According to Ubisoft, the new DLC may also include a new game mode and seasonal activities.