TheApocalypse of Rainbow Six Siege, the ingame phase that Ubisoft launches to bring a lot of news for fans of the now historic multiplayer shooter.
The new business introduces a post-apocalyptic version of the Outback and sees players face off in challenges to ensure the survival of their clan. In the futuristic dimension outlined byApocalypse of R6S, i Keepers e i Warband they are the last enclaves of a humanity destroyed by a global nuclear disaster: the aim of the two clans is to track down the last plant left on Earth and use it to bring life back to the planet.
From a strictly playful point of view, the narrative plot of Apocalypse is concretized in Container mode. In this new playlist, the Keepers (Defenders) and the Warbands (Attackers) compete for the meager resources escaped the atomic holocaust by implementing two diametrically opposed strategies. Defenders must move the container of the Plant for the map while the Attackers can use a scanner to reveal opponents as they move around the rooms.
The Apocalypse event brings 35 items, including Fuze, Gridlock, Maverick, Nomad, Twitch, Maestro, Melusi, Rook, Smoke and Valkyrie. Participants in the mode can unlock custom helmets, weapon skins and uniforms. All timed and exclusive customizable items for each Operator are available for purchase as a bundle in the Shop section for 1680 R6 Credits or access the Apocalypse Pack for 300 R6 Credits or 12,500 Renown Points.
Rainbow Six Siege’s Year 6 Apocalypse begins tomorrow May 4th and will run on Ubisoft’s FPS servers for the next two weeks, until May 18.