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Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 Roadmap: Hong Kong, Spain, Poland, South Korea Maps And Operators Confirmed

Rainbow Six Siege Year 2

Ubisoft has finally revealed the Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 roadmap which features their plans for the game’s next batch of DLCs. Four new countries have also been confirmed to have Operators in the game for the Year 2 DLC. However, players need to buy a new Season Pass if they want to get the Year 2 DLCs easily. Here’s what we know so far about the Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 roadmap.

Spain, Hong Kong, Poland, and South Korea Content

As seen in Ubisoft’s roadmap, Spain, Hong Kong, Poland and South Korea will be the game’s Rainbow Six Siege Year Two countries. Eight operators have been confirmed, so it’s possible that each country will have one attacker and defender character again. New maps weren’t mentioned in the roadmap, but it may still have those if Ubisoft follows their Year 1 DLC delivery pattern.

Roadmap to New DLC

According to the official Rainbow Six Siege site, there are four seasons of updates confirmed for the Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 roadmap. Eight new operators are confirmed for this new year of Rainbow Six Siege updates. Additionally, eight new exclusive headgears, eight new uniforms, one R6 Carbon charm, and 600 R6 credits have been confirmed in the Year 2 VIP package. The VIP package also allows players to have an early access of the upcoming operators in the Year 2 DLC.

New Season Pass

New players who recently bought Rainbow Six Siege after the Year 2 announcement won’t be able to buy the Year 1 Season Pass anymore. Players will need to buy the Year 2 Gold Edition or the Complete Edition if they want to access every DLC character in the game. However, they can buy the Legacy Operator Bundle which is available in the in-game store for 2400 R6 Credits.

The whole Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 roadmap will start in February 2017 and will end in January 2018. Potentially, the Year 3 content will be announced around December 2018 as future DLC roadmaps can now loop every February of the year. For now, players will have to wait two months before they can start enjoying the new Rainbow Six Siege content in the game.

Also read:Rainbow Six Siege Year Two: What Fans Want

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