Rainbow Six Siege DLC Release Date, News, and Updates: 3 Remaining DLCs for Rainbow Six Siege REVEALED [PHOTO]

By Princess Love

If you're enjoying 'Operation Black Ice' brace yourself for more DLCs coming to 'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege' as Ubisoft (Developer of Rainbow Six Siege) announced that there are more DLCs coming to 'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege' this year.

Here's the latest on 'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege DLC' release date, features, and news.

'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege's first DLC, the 'Operation Black Ice' includes 2 new operators, new guns, and new weapons skins. The setting was in the cold waters of Canada and the DLC was just amazing.

Needless to say, that's just the glimpse of what's to come to 'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege' as according to Ubisoft, they are planning 3 more expansion for 'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege'.

During the 'Ubisoft Investor Day', as reported by Gamespot, a presentation by the developer revealed that there are 3 more DLCs coming to 'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege'.

The first DLC will be US-themed and will be released by Q2 of 2016, the second DLC will be a Brazil-themed DLC and will be released by Q3 of 2016, and the last one will be a Japan-themed DLC which will be released by Q4 of 2016.

A photo of the presentation can be found below:


Rainbow Six Siege DLCs
Rainbow Six Siege DLCs



According to the presentation; much like Operation Black Ice, the upcoming DLC will be adding two more operations and a new map according to what country the DLC is based upon.

Player of 'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege' are encouraged to get the Season Pass for the gamers to save money on DLCs.

The official page of Rainbow Six Siege announced;

"Get the most out of your Rainbow Six Siege experience and pick up the Season Pass for some truly VIP features. New game-changing operators are now available along with a permanent renown boost, additional challenges, exclusive skins, and R6 Credits."

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