Rainbow Six Siege gets a new map and three new operators on 29th August, Ubisoft has announced.
The update is set in Hong Kong, which brings two new operators from Hong Kong's Special Duties Unit (SDU), a new Operator from Poland's Grupa Reagowania Operacyjno-Manewrowego (GROM), a new map, and new weapons. Operation Health comes to a close soon, having now fixed numerous long-standing problems.
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The new map for the game is the second map of the year two content for the game. All of this new content will be available on August 29 for anyone who has a season pass, and September 5 for everyone else after that. The three new operators need to be unlocked with in-game currency, which is standard for the release of new operators in the game. Fans have suggested that the theme park is meant to be modeled after a popular destination in Hong Kong, and it's a fairly colorful and interesting-looking map for the game that's a lot unlike the rest of the maps now available for it.
There's now no footage of Operation Blood Orchid as it will be unveiled with a live demo at the Pro League finals on August 26 at Gamescom 2017.
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Sadly, the trailer Ubisoft released earlier only hypes up the upcoming showdown and doesn't show any new footage of Blood Orchid. No details were revealed about the map except that it will be a Hong Kong map.
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