Rainbow Six Siege – Operation Shadow Legacy Operator, Map, and Gameplay Update Guide
In Operation Shadow Legacy, Sam Fisher of Splinter Cell fame comes to Rainbow Six Siege as a new playable Operator, armed with a powerful new intel-gathering gadget and a deadly new assault rifle. But Shadow Legacy is about more than one Operator; it’s about a whole host of gameplay modifications that will change the way you play Siege, including Ping 2.0, new and updated optics, a hard-breaching secondary gadget, pooled reinforcements, and map ban. All of these updates, plus a rework of the Chalet map and the new match replay feature (entering alpha phase on the test server), make Operation Shadow Legacy one of Siege’s biggest seasons yet.
His gadget, the Argus launcher, not only has three green lasers in a triangle pattern (in keeping with Fisher’s iconic headgear), it also brings a versatile new intelligence-gathering tool to the attacking team.
Even if they can’t burrow all the way through, Zero’s camera projectiles will still stick into most surfaces, allowing players to shoot cameras into sneaky spots to gain an edge on their opponents. Each Argus projectile can also fire a single laser to destroy enemy gadgets or deal minor damage to enemies themselves.
Zero’s gadget is a powerful new tool for the Attacking team, so Defenders will want to keep their eyes and ears peeled. But with so many places to deploy his gadget from relative safety, and so many ways to put it to use, Zero is sure to make his presence felt on Team Rainbow.
Aug 24, 2020 at 04:34