‘Rainbow Six Siege’ Season 4 Latest News & Update: Gameplay Video Appears To Be Very Destructible; New Operators Echo & Hibana Seen?

By AASalvador , Updated Nov 03, 2016 05:50 AM EDT
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Fans of "Rainbow Six Siege" Season 4 are excited to see what is in store for them in the game's latest update. The speculations started when the game's official Twitter teased the gamers about what they are about to uncover. This latest update could be what the publisher Ubisoft has promised about a Japanese-themed DLC pack.

Jon Kay, one avid gamer, has also released a gameplay video depicting "Rainbow Six Siege" Season 4 map to be very destructible. Kay was playing as a Sledge and gamers have noticed one new operator. It was wielding a shotgun which looks like an SMG secondary in a high holster.

Several images of the new operators in "Rainbow Six Siege" Season 4 have been leaked online. They are Echo and Hibana, who are thought to be defender and attacker, respectively. Game experts believe that if Echo has a gadget that can produce believable sound effects, he could be an effective attacker or defender. However, the gadget that Echo holds will make him more useful as a defender.

"Rainbow Six Siege" Season 4's new operator Hibana, as seen in Kay's video, was holding a device that looks like a drone. If it is a customized gadget that seems to confirm that Hibana is one of the attackers. However, if the new operator turns out to be a defender, then he would be likened to Valkyrie, only a little notch higher that is able to provide intelligence to team members.

"Rainbow Six Siege" Season 4 fans could expect more information gathering. The importance of passive intelligence gathering cannot be over emphasized in this kind of game where enemies are often heard but not seen.

Are you excited for "Rainbow Six Siege" Season 4 update? Tell us what you think and stay tuned to GamenGuide for the latest news and update.

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