Tom Clancy's 'Rainbow Six Siege' DLC News and Updates: Free Content for One More Year; Operation Red Crow DLC Releasing This Week

By Nens Mitchell , Updated Nov 14, 2016 12:25 PM EST

There will be new content for "Rainbow Six Siege" for next year, Ubisoft recently announced to the delight of the game's fans. The announcement was made via Ubisoft's official social media account.

In a Twitter post, it was announced there will be another year of content support for "Rainbow Six Siege." "The past year has been an incredible journey, and we are excited to have you join us for another full year of content!" read the Twitter post.

Fourth DLC

Ubisoft earlier revealed that a new season for "Rainbow Six Siege" will be coming. It was announced during the unveiling of the fourth DLC of the game which is set to come out next week.

Since its release last December 2015, "Rainbow Six Siege" already had three expansions: Operation Black Ice, Operation Dust Line and Operation Skull Rain. Its fourth expansion dubbed "Operation Red Crow" will also be offered for free to all players on the PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One just like all earlier DLCs.

As for future content for the game, it is still unsure if it will be offered for a price. This could be possible since Ubisoft is already lacking incentives to continue giving free content for gamers.

DLC release date and map

Releasing this Nov. 17, "Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Red Crow" will come with an all new map called "Skyscraper." The name indicates that the map will be on a tall skyscraper in Nagoya, Japan.

The building is owned by a Yakuza leader whose property was attacked by his enemies. Violence and bloodshed were still apparent in the skyscraper because of the blood stains on the floors and the walls of the buildings.

There will be higher risks and bigger challenges for this game map which promises more thrilling adventures to players. Are you excited for the release of the new DLC of the "Rainbow Six Siege?"

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