Rainbow Six Siege - Crimson Heist Operator and Map Guide
A new Attacker named Flores will bring some explosive drones to Team Rainbow when Crimson Heist, the first season of Year 6, launches for Rainbow Six Siege. The new season will also introduce the Gonne-6, a secondary weapon option for select Attackers that shoots a single explosive round, as well as a rework for the Border map. Furthermore, the Match Replay feature will enter its beta phase and launch on PC. Match Replay on PC, the Gonne-6, and the Border map will be free for all players when Crimson Heist launches. Flores will be available through the premium track of the Crimson Heist Battle Pass, and will also be unlockable two weeks after the season launch with Renown or R6 credits.
Of course, the Ratero’s blast is also very dangerous for anyone caught in its blast radius, though the explosive timer is long enough for savvy Defenders (or unlucky Attackers) to get clear.
Here’s how it works: Once Flores deploys a Ratero drone, its wheels start spinning and it drives ahead nonstop until it is destroyed, or its explosive is triggered.
Engaging the explosive causes the Ratero to anchor: it immediately stops moving, armors itself, and becomes bulletproof. The Ratero’s explosion can take a lot of Defender utility off the board, and the anchoring feature gives savvy Flores players some extra flexibility. When the Ratero anchors, it sticks to any surface it’s touching, and if the Ratero is mid-jump, it’ll stick to the next surface it touches, including walls, deployable shields, and some enemy gadgets.
Feb 22, 2021 at 05:22