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Ubisoft continues to build upon Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, soon securing its next major expansion. Following Operation Phantom Sight, the update is headed to the Latin American underworld, falling midway through its fourth year of content.  Two new resourceful Operators lie on the horizon of Operation Ember Rise, set to shake up how defenders lock down the objective. We've wrapped up everything we know so far about the Rainbow Six Siege's next season, ahead of its August 18 unveiling. Ubisoft has dropped its first teaser image for Year 4 Season 3, confirming the coming update's title, Operation Ember Rise. While Ubisoft is yet to outline its Operation Ember Rise release plans, a late-summer launch is expected for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. As with prior Rainbow Six Siege updates, the third season of 2019 drops two new playable Operators, expanding the ever-growing roster to 50 recruits. Outlined in Ubisoft's Year 4 roadmap, the latest members span independent counterterrorism units (CTUs), hailing from Mexican and Peruvian specialist forces. Expect new attacking and defending talent, sticking to a familiar seasonal template. While Ubisoft hasn't formally unveiled its upcoming Latin duo, brief teasers have surfaced throughout Year 4. Promotional assets for ringleader Harry "Six" Pandey left reference to narcotics crackdowns, singling cartel activity in each Operator's home turf. Addressing a "Crosscheck w/ Capitao anti-drug operations for common ground" and "Antiquities trafficking," it establishes a clear future expansion beyond existing lore. The same pinboard also dropped tease of Operation Phantom Sight's Nøkk and Warden, alongside remaining threads still to uncover. For more complete details along with dates, more images and a video clip visit OUR FORUM.

 

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