Today, Ubisoft revealed that the final season of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Year Two is called Operation White Noise, and adds a new map that takes place in a South Korean observation tower. The new season will also bring two new operators into the game from South Korea’s special forces unit.
According to the announcement on the Rainbow Six Siege blog, the new map will be set “waaay up” above Seoul’s skyline. The studio also teases new weapons that promise to satisfy any players craving for devastation. More details on the new operation will be revealed during the Pro League finals for the game on November 18 and 19, but for now, check out the information on the upcoming Operation White Noise, including information on the new operators:
Two new Operators from the 707th Special Mission Battalion (707th SMB) are joining Team Rainbow. The attacker is stubborn and daring while the defender is methodical and tenacious. We’re also bringing you a new GROM Operative in the mix, known for their resilience and bravery.
For our new map, you’ll have to look up, waaay up to explore a pristine observation tower high above Seoul’s skyline. Make room for more fire power in your storage locker as we’ve got new weapons to satisfy your craving for more choices in dealing out devastation.
We’re ending the year on a high note but there’s a lot more to come. Check our blog regularly for more updates on what’s coming up and catch the action at the Pro League finals in Sao Paulo, happening November 18th and 19th on twitch.tv/rainbow6.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is available now.