E3 2019: Watch Rainbow Six Siege Trailer For New DLC Launching Tuesday
Warden doesn't need help.
During the company's press conference, Ubisoft followed its gameplay reveal of Watch Dogs Legion, with a new trailer for Rainbow Six Siege Year 4: Phantom Sight. The new expansion adds two new Operators to the game, one of which is the focus of the new trailer you can watch below. Phantom Sight launches tomorrow, June 11.
The trailer depicts Warden coming in clutch for his team and killing every enemy Operator on his own. Warden is a Secret Service agent who joins Team Rainbow as a defensive specialist. Able to see through smoke with his unique assortment of tech, Warden can easily sneak up on Attackers and dispose of them before they even see them.
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Warden will be coming to Rainbow Six Siege in the Phantom Sight expansion alongside Nokk, a hooded Attacker who can hide her presence with stealth technology. Her ability is scarily similar to what the Predator can do, going nearly invisible save for a telltale shimmer. The free expansion also delivers a "complete rework" of the Kafe map, along with numerous other improvements and changes like improved reverse friendly fire.
Ubisoft also announced some major plans for Rainbow Six that comes in the form of Rainbow Six Quarantine. This is a new game that is less a sequel than a spin-off. Based on the popular Outbreak mode, Quarantine is a three-player PvE game that releases in 2020 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
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