Ubisoft has recently revealed Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Year 8 plans, which introduce new player protection efforts such as Mousetrap, four action-packed seasons with four new Operators, a new map, four Battle Passes, and much more. Let’s check them out.
The first season of Year 8, Commanding Force, introduces the Brazilian Attacker Brava and a new anti-Mouse & Keyboard solution on Console — Mousetrap — which aims to eliminate the advantage that cheaters have over console players to make the overall gameplay experience more enjoyable and fair for all.
Moving forward to Season 2 is a Swedish Operator, an immersive remake of the Consulate map, as well as the release of Permanent Arcade Playlist.
Following that, Season 3 brings an Operator from South Korea, together with an in-depth rework of Quick Match, which reduces the amount of downtime and repetition to allow players to get into the game quicker and experience the game at its finest.
And the year’s final Operator will be from Portugal, coupled with a brand-new map as well as a vital onboarding feature: the Defender AI playlist, which provides a new option for players to practice Operators and test strategies to tackle different maps.
And not only that, a new appreciation system, Player Commedation System, will be released to enable players to rate other players based on their gameplay experience together. This mechanism will be monitored to ensure that it is equitable for everybody.
Furthermore, players can purchase the limited-time Year 8 Pass to unlock the four seasonal Battle Passes including a 14-day early access to new Operators upon release, a 10% VIP discount on the shop, a full Operator bundle for Ace, up to 2,400 R6 Credits, and more from 20th February to 20th March.
Check out the following link to learn more about the Rainbow Six Siege Year 8 roadmap: