At the moment, there are a total of 2 DLCs available for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. A newly released photo has indicated that the next DLC could be set in Brazil. The first DLC for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, named Operation Black Ice, introduced two new operators, new weapon skins along with new guns.
This DLC featured a Canadian Cold Water setting and it was simply marvelous. This seems to be the pattern for DLCs coming in the future. However, this is simply a glimpse of what’s about to come. According to Ubisoft, there are 2 more planned DLCs to be released for Rainbow Six Siege.
GameSpot reported that during Ubisoft Investor Day, a presentation was made by the developer and it revealed 3 more DLCs to be introduced in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. The first DLC to be released in Q2 2016 will be themed on the United States and the second DLC will be Brazil themed. It will be released by Q3 2016.
The last of these DLCs to be released in Q4 2016, will be a Japan-themed DLC. According to a recent presentation, it will introduce a new map along with two more operations, similar to Operation Black Ice. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege players are encouraged to acquire the Season Pass in order to save cash on the DLCs.
Rainbow Six Siege team announced that players should definitely get hold of the Season Pass in order to get some VIP content. There are new game-changing operators available along with additional challenges, permanent renown boosts, R6 Credits and new skins.
Meanwhile, a lot of gamers were absolutely thrilled about the Siege Starter Edition, which should be available at 15 euros or 15 dollars. However, some gamers were threatened regarding Ubisoft’s warning about the hacking and cheating policy. Sadly, Ubisoft is not at all a stranger to hacking and cheating issues.
The developers faced similar kinds of offenses in Tom Clancy’s The Division. On first offense, a 14-day suspension was dealt out and second offenses would give rise to a permanent ban. Ubisoft successfully implemented its exploiter punishments and newly improved cheat detection tool and it also updated its penalty rulings for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.
IGN reports that the anti-cheating rules from Ubisoft will deal out permanent bans for first time cheating or hacking. Ubisoft’s statements clearly revealed that the company takes hacking and cheating very seriously and it is in fact, a priority for the development team.
According to them, this is among the many upcoming updates developed for community welfare. The code of conduct in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege was also updated. Ubisoft reported that hackers and cheaters are the ones who use unauthorized or modified versions of the game. They include unfair advantages and are responsible for the loss of other players.
The Cheating and Banning FAQ for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, directs that depending upon the gravity of the wrongdoing, players could also receive a temporary ban. Therefore, not all cheaters will be permanently banned after their first offense. Ubisoft makes use of server-side anti-cheat engine known as FairFight.
However, it could also be testing other client-side anti-cheat options to be used in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. Meanwhile, the anti-cheat policy and the updated code of conduct for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege are quite similar to that of Overwatch. Overwatch has been kept cheat-free by Blizzard with their anti-cheating efforts resulting in thousands of bans.
The new shield charms were recently showcased in Rainbow Six Siege. Gamerant reports that players can now use universal shield charms on the operators who are shield-wielding.