Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege to Receive More Country-Based DLCs in the Ongoing Year, Us-Themed DLC to Release On April 14? Let’s See

Various reports suggest that the Japan-themed DLC has already been teased by Ubisoft Japan in the country. Apparently, the company showcased an assault rifle wielding Japanese operator that will be incorporated to the game through the Japan-based DLC. It was also reported that the said DLC will release during the holiday season of 2016.

It should be noted that all the DLCs for the game will be free to download. That being said, players who are in possession of the Season Pass for the game will be able to get access to the contents of the expansion packs one week prior to other players.

Also included in the Season Pass is some special VIP features like exclusive skins, R6 Credits, Renown boosts and additional challenges.

A renowned website reports that Ubisoft is taking stringent measures to stop players from cheating in Rainbow Six Siege. The company is bringing about a number of changes to the algorithm of the game which will enable them to easily identify cheaters.

Any player found cheating during an online match will immediately be removed from it. A temporary suspension will also be slapped on that person which will prevent him or her from playing the game for quite some time.

The developers had previously released a patch for the game which was specifically targeted towards cheaters. The patch fixed a number of issues in the game related to various exploits used by players, cheating and spawn-killing.

Stay tuned for more update on Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.