Rainbow Six Siege Getting Bartlett University Bonus Map for Free; Operation Red Crow Out Now

Bonus map from single player coming soon to multiplayer modes.

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Rainbow Six Siege will be getting a bonus map for free in its upcoming 5.2 patch. The shooter has only just received its big 5.0 update--including the Operation Red Crow DLC--but players can look forward to playing Bartlett University, which is coming soon.

Bartlett University was a bonus map seen in the Situations single-player mode--unlocked when players completed all other Situations--and has been highly requested by fans to be placed into the game's standard multiplayer modes.

The news that it will be introduced to multiplayer playlists comes as Operation Red Crow releases into the wild. The DLC pack includes the Skyscraper map, as well as two new Japanese Operators. Defender Echo comes equipped with a flying drone that can disorientate enemies with its ultrasonic bursts, while Hibana, an Attacker, is packing a launcher that fires exothermic charges capable of breaching even reinforced walls. There's plenty more improvements and tweaks detailed on the official Rainbow Six blog.

Ubisoft recently announced that Rainbow Six Siege will receive another full year of DLC, as Operation Red Crow brings the first season's content updates to a close. The publisher says more than 10 million people have played the tactical shooter; if you still haven't given it a go, check out our full Rainbow Six Siege review. Critic Scott Butterworth said, "When Siege works, there's nothing else like it."

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