Just a few days after unveiling the latest Rainbow Six Siege operator, Flores, Ubisoft has unveiled a Year 6 roadmap that details how everything from maps to customization is being adjusted. Good behavior is also a central pillar of Year 6, and there will be a new tool to help with this.
As revealed previously, Rainbow Six Siege’s first season in Year 6 will be Crimson Heist, and in addition to Flores joining the battle, it also includes a reworked version of the Border map. If you’re on a PC test server, you can start playing it tomorrow, February 22. Seasons 2 will include a Nakoda Nations operator and a rework of Favela, while Season 3 will include three reworks for maps and will feature Croatian operators. A fourth operator will be from Ireland, and the Outback map will be getting a rework.
It’s more than just content updates coming this year, though. Several gameplay elements are being reworked, including being able to control cameras and gadgets after you’ve died, as well as letting attackers change out operators as many times as they need to during the match’s preparation phase. Armor will be switched to health, as well, and there will be a new one-bullet weapon called the Gonne-6 that can destroy bulletproof gadgets. It’s only available to a few operators, including Glaz, Dokkaebi, Lion, Finka, Amaru, Gridlock, Iana, and Zero.