'Rainbow Six Siege' News & Update: Ubisoft Confirms One Year's Worth of Content; 'Operation Red Crow' Arriving December 17

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Nov 14, 2016 08:50 AM EST

Gamers who enjoy the first-person shooter video game "Rainbow Six Siege" from Ubisoft would be excited to know that they are now anticipating a full year's worth of content for the game. The studio took to Twitter to announce the amazing news, as below.

Gamespot is reporting that Ubisoft seems to be on the roll with "Rainbow Six Siege," which already has three full expansions, one of which was "Operation Black Ice," which was released in February. The other two were "Operation Dust Line," which arrived in May, and "Operation Skull Rain," which arrived in August. Another DLC is set to arrive during the holidays and is titled "Operation Red Crow." The release date attached to it is December 17.

As per VG24/7, "Rainbox Six Siege" surveyed gamers back in September to find out what they wanted to get out of the next season pass. Gamers and fans filled in the studio on their wishlists through some choices on uniforms, monthly skins, and other exclusive customization items. Fans will have to wait and see if Ubisoft did listen to their wishes when the upcoming "Operation Red Crow" arrives on December 17.

PC Gamer is reporting that the upcoming "Rainbow Six Siege" DLC "Operation Red Crow" arriving December 17 will find Japanese operators Echo and Hibana as they make their way into the new map "Skyscraper." Season pass holders will be able to access it on November 17, and those who don't have a season pass will gain access on November 24.

In the meantime, "Rainbow Six Siege" fans should know that the new defending operator Echo is a tactical and technology-driven operator. His weapon of choice is the SuperNova, as well as the MP5SD4. To keep updated on "Rainbow Six Siege," keep checking back and await the release of "Operation Red Crow" arriving December 17.

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