Although the full reveal for the next season still lies ahead, we have an idea about what is R6 Credits
next. Ubisoft has confirmed several changes in the pipeline, while leaks also lay the bases for various content that is new. This is everything we know about Rainbow Six Siege's Operation Grim Sky, anticipated to be released later this summer.
Ubisoft isn't currently talking dates for Operation Grim Sky, though looking back on previous upgrades supplies an idea of what to expect. Presently, we are expecting a launch date of September 4, 2018 -- or an arrival within that week. The expansion's full show was confirmed for the Six Major in Paris on August 19, likely followed by its Technical Test Server introduction on August 21. Assuming this evaluation concludes after two weeks, its arrival must be in early September.
The expansion is set to implement Operators from separate counterterrorism units (CTUs) concurrently, in a similar way to Operation Chimera. 1 half of the duo will hail from Scotland Yard in the UK, although the second serves the U.S. Delta Force. Both these Operators represent Rainbow's"Urban Tactical Response Team" bearing the mysterious codename"Grim Sky."
First up is a now unnamed attacking Operator,"using a big online shop
remarkably sharp head" in strategic operations. After locating a passion for Kabul while stationed in Afghanistan, this Delta Force solider has seen a lot on the area.