Rainbow Six Siege Launches Crimson Heist Today
The Operators of Rainbow Six Siege will have to pay closer attention to doorways and drone holes from now on, because a new attacking Operator, Flores, deploys his explosive drones with the launch of Crimson Heist. The new season introduces a new Battle Pass, which is packed with 131 rewards to unlock across 100 tiers, including the new Operator himself. Flores is available instantly when you purchase the premium track of the Battle Pass, and will be unlockable with Renown or R6 Credits on March 30.
Crimson Heist also brings a rework for the Border map and a new secondary weapon option for some attackers called the Gonne-6, both of which are free for all players.
Flores hails from Argentina, and his explosive drones are designed help clear the path for his attacking allies. His RCE-Ratero gadgets are controlled like a normal Attacker drone; they can be steered and they can jump, but from the moment he sets them down, they cannot stop moving or reverse.
For more details on Flores, his gadget, and his loadout, check out our Crimson Heist Operator and Map Guide. There, you’ll also find more on the new Border map rework, which has received numerous tweaks to increase mobility options; as well as details on the Gonne-6, the new single-shot secondary weapon designed to give Attackers another way to deal with Defender utility.
Mar 17, 2021 at 03:17