It’s an exciting time for Rainbow Six Siege. We’re close to the start of Season 4 and the release of Operation White Noise, the upcoming content drop set in Seoul, South Korea. Featuring two new Operators from South Korea’s 707th Special Mission Battalion and one new Operator from Poland’s GROM unit, Operation White Noise also comes with a new map set high above the city’s skyline, in the Mok Myeok observation tower where attackers and defenders will battle it out at higher altitudes than normal.
“The objective for White Noise is to alter the meta and current tactics,” says Alexandre Remy, brand director on Rainbow Six Siege. “We want to have a season that’s about intel and communication.”
Designing new Operators and gadgets that can disrupt prevalent strategies and counter popular Operator picks is a big part what the team of thinks about when planning new content for Rainbow Six Siege, but there are a number of other factors that come into play during the conceptualization phases of a new Operation.
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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is the first military shooter set in a massive and responsive open world. In our new “We are Ghosts” trailer, we get a peek into Ubisoft’s largest action-adventure open world. From the infamous Death Road to the iconic salt flat, you will journey through the gritty, expansive, and vibrant backdrop of Bolivia as you fight to take down the Santa Blanca cartel.
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