After that, a Brazil-based theme will be released in the second third and after that a Japan-based theme will be released in the last quarter of 2016. Operation Black Ice was the first DLC which was released in February 2016 in a Canada-based theme. It comes with new weapon skins, new guns along with two new operators.
There is also an introduction of a spectator camera as well. A review of this DLC was further released by GameSpot and the title was further scored 8/10. Ubisoft further wanted the company’s commitment to be treated as a service.
Ubisoft declared, “Our vision was not a game that you’d play through and “beat,” but something you’d regularly come back to,” the company wrote. “In order to do that, we’ll be actively supporting ‘Rainbow Six Siege’ with gameplay balancing and tweaks (plus detailed patch notes), events and competitions, and four major content releases with no paywall on gameplay content.”
The DLCs will be further available to the players for free but the gamers who avail of the Season Pass will be granted one-week easy access to the game’s new content. There will be Exclusive skins, R6 Credits, more challenges, and other VIP features to the Season Pass players. The game is available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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