Rainbow Six Siege Gets a New Expansion and Hits a Huge Milestone

Rainbow Six Siege Gets a New Expansion and Hits a Huge Milestone

Yes... she has a double barrel rocket launcher.

Gorg by Gorg on Dec 06, 2017 @ 03:53 PM (Staff Bios)
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Did any of us really see this coming? After a little over two years from release, there is still content coming out for one of the most coveted and challenging first-person shooters I have ever had the pleasure of playing. Operation White Noise has now officially been released on all platforms and is ready to be downloaded. For anyone who is a fan of this game's "The Long Run," you know that with an expansion comes new characters, Dokkaebi, Vigil and Zofia, with their own special weapon and power. No spoilers, but one of the specials may or may not be a double barrel rocket launcher... just throwing that out there.

Along with the release of new content, they also announced the official registration of over 25 million players worldwide. That is an absurd amount of players for a game that - at its infancy - was looked to be a potential flop. With this grand announcement came one more exciting piece: they are officially bringing a third year of content to this already massive online FPS. To learn more about the new operators and map, visit the Operation White Noise page.

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