Rainbox Six Siege: New operator brings light into the dark and crossplay with it

Rainbox Six Siege: New operator brings light into the dark and crossplay with it

Rainbox Six Siege: New operator brings light into the dark and crossplay with it

Yes, you heard me right. Rainbow Six Siege has announced a new major content pack for the fourth season of year seven, also introducing crossplay and crossprogression. So you can not only play a new operator, but also cross-platform.

Crossplay, Operator, Map and much more

Operation Solar Raid is the name of the season that starts on December 6th and allows PC, PlayStation and Xbox players to gamble together – if they want to. In addition, you can take your progress, currency and rank with you on each platform and as a console commuter you no longer have to use everything separately. However, settings such as key assignments remain linked to the device.


In Operation Solar Raid you will find yourself in Colombia, where the operator Ana “Solis” Diaz is waiting for you. With her SPEC-IO gadget she can get important information about the opponents’ gadgets. For example, finding out their location and sharing it with the team or identifying the devices. This can help attackers avoid traps. Mid-range in speed and health, Solis uses either the P90 or an ITA 12L as his primary weapon and the SMG-11 as his secondary weapon, and is part of the new Ghosteyes squad.

Of course, a new map should not be missing in this generous update. In “Nighthaven Labs” where modern design meets industrial architecture. The building has three floors, which can be reached via a total of five flights of stairs. With so many paths in and out, and some destructible walls, Operators from both sides are better off staying on the move and not getting too comfortable here. In Season 4, the card cannot be banned.

A chic, modern building where you should never stand still. Movement is the key to survival here.

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The ranked also gets an update. Instead of an MMR determining your rank, your rank is now based on how many points you gain or lose after each match. The MMR remains as your “skill”. This stat determines how fast you can level up. In addition, Ubisoft introduces the new rank Emerald, which will be between platinum and diamond. Restrictions Team-ranked by the MMR no longer exist.

One or the other may also be surprised about the new Battle Pass, because it looks completely different than any other pass before. That’s because it’s no longer linear, but instead offers branches that allow you to take paths that will get you to your favorite items faster. It is still possible to unlock all items, you can only choose an order of the rewards that suits you better.

There are also a few nice touches, like disabling friendly fire in the prep phase, customizing team colors, and more transparency in the reputation system – you can now see your reputation rank yourself.

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