Next Rainbow Six Siege DLC Reveal Happening Soon

Team-based shooter's USA-themed DLC will be revealed this Friday, it seems.

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Rainbow Six Siege fans don't have much longer to wait to learn more about the team-based tactical shooter's next expansion, it seems. Asked by a fan on Twitter when the game's next DLC would arrive, Ubisoft teased that a "special reveal" is planned for this coming Friday, April 22 (via VideoGamer).

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The reveal itself will take place during the 22APR Pro League livestream, which can be seen here on Twitch.

Siege's first DLC, Operation Black Ice, was released in February (it was originally due in January, but was delayed). It added new Canadian operators to the game. The next one is coming sometime this month, according to the roadmap image below, and will introduce new USA-themed content.

Further expansions will follow in June (Brazil) and October (Japan). Check out the image below to learn more about the content coming to Siege.

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Siege was released in December 2015 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.GameSpot's Siege review scored the game an 8/10.

"My experiences weren't always perfect, but when Siege works, there's nothing else like it," editor Scott Butterworth said. "It's not designed to appeal to all players, and that's exactly what allows it to be something special. With so much strategic depth, those periods between firefights actually become some of the most rewarding, while firefights themselves are made all the more intense by the knowledge that you're fighting for your life, not just your kill/death ratio."

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