Rainbow Six Siege's Year 4 Pass Is Available Now

Pick up the Year 4 pass and get early access to new Operators and more benefits.

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Rainbow Six Siege's Operation Wind Bastion update recently arrived on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, marking the end of the game's third year. Ubisoft still has a lot more content in store for it in 2019, however, including another set of Operators. With the new season just around the corner, the publisher has begun offering the Year 4 pass for Siege.

The Year 4 pass is available for purchase on all platforms. Much like previous Siege passes, it costs $30 and entitles players to a number of perks. Chief among them, those who purchase the Year 4 pass will receive seven-day early access to all eight of the new Operators being introduced to Siege in Year 4, and you won't have to grind for in-game currency in order to unlock them, as you would if you don't own the pass.

On top of that, Year 4 pass holders will get a handful of exclusive items, including eight uniforms and headgear, as well as the Lava 6 Charm. Owners will also receive 600 bonus R6 credits, along with a few other benefits through January 31, 2020, such as 5% Renown boost and a 10% discount in Siege's in-game shop.

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As an added bonus, everyone who picks the pass up before March 4, 2019 will get the Volcano Signature weapon skin. Those who own the Year 3 Pass will also receive an additional 600 RS credits when they pick up Year 4's. You can read more about the season pass on the official Rainbow Six Siege website.

Ubisoft has yet to announce the new Operators coming to Rainbow Six Siege in Year 4, but the recent Operation Wind Bastion update introduced Nomad and Kaid. The former is an Attacker whose primary weapons come with a device that launches wind-powered proximity mines, while the latter is a Defender who's equipped with deployable electroclaws. Operation Wind Bastion also introduced a new map named Fortress.

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