Rainbow Six Siege Gets Into Weird Hacks with Operation White Noise

Beginning November 20th, Ubisoft added three new characters into its test servers, along with a brand new map as part of its Operation White Noise update to its tactical shooter Rainbow Six Siege.

The new map named Tower takes place in a skyscraper in Seoul which infiltrators will have access to three floors and the assault team begins from an outdoor area. Additionally, South Korean hacker Dokkaebi (Attacker), tech specialist Vigil (Defender), and heavy-hitting Zofia (Attacker) are the three new operators with each having specific skills and abilities.

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Dokkaebi is one of the most interesting operator in the game, a hacker who can send out phone calls to interrupt comms and surveillance cameras. Then there is Vigil with cloaking abilites that leaves him invisible to cameras feeds. Last but not least, Zofia is an offensive operator with a double-barreled grenade launcher and she can pick herself up once per match after being downed.

Operation White Noise should be out this month and Ubisoft confirms that it will continue to provide Rainbow Six Siege with updates for 2018. The company also intends to add another 50-100 operators into the game.

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