Ubisoft’s latest free update of the tactical shooting game Rainbow Six Siege series brings an exciting conclusion to the 2019 season finale. Captioned as “Operation Shifting Tides”, it is a fitting end to the Siege Year Four final season in which players will be seeing Kali and Wamai, two previous non-law enforcement characters coming from an India-based mercenary group called Newhaven.
The addition comes after Nighthaven took part in successfully thwarting an attempt by the bad guys to highjack a supertanker. Actually, the Rainbow Six outfit invited the Indian mercenary team Newhaven, to join its operation as part of its tactical plan. That of averting any possibility of seeing Kalil and Wamai getting hired by an enemy organization.
Although the move keeps the two Indian mercenaries in check as their activities will be closely monitored, the idea does not sit well with some of the Rainbow Six soldiers. This suggests that the two new operators will further disrupt the ever increasing collection of Operator gadgets.
Officially released last December 03, 2019, the action-packed tactical shooter game unpacked the CSRX-300, an uncompromising bolt-action rifle and an anti-gadget launcher called “LV Explosive Lance.” There is also the Mag-NET system, which the update introduces as Wamai’s tactical approach to thwarting projectiles and all sorts of throwables.
Apparently, Ubisoft is angling for a more cinematic approach by adding more substance to its year 2020 adaptation of Tom clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege novel. The update has already fired up Rainbow 6 Siege players to get their going and get their rank rising.
Although the game offers a series of short missions that a tactical shooter can play solos, they are mostly loose narratives focused on recruits who undergo training preparations for future engagements with the “White Masks” terrorist group. Multiplayer engagements are still the best.
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