Rainbox Six Siege is gearing up for another operation.
Ubisoft teases us with some Neon shades, a flowery-looking logo, hot temperatures, and much more. Details about the upcoming operation are still scarce, but we know it will be called “Neon Dawn.”
The rumor mill has already started to spread some of the craziest ideas.
Here is what you need to know.
Rainbox Six Siege and the Neon Dawn Operation: First Details
Rainbox Six Siege often gets updates and other improvements, and the recently teased Neon Dawn operation is one that should add some much-awaited fresh stuff.
Rumor has it that the upcoming operation will arrive with a new operator dubbed Aruni. Of course, that hasn’t yet been confirmed, and it’s better if we take everything with a pinch of salt.
“Can you handle the heat?” is what Rainbox Six Siege asks fans on Twitter. The post also features a three-second video displaying cool neon lights, pink, blue, red, purple shades, a cute flowery-looking logo, and the operation title.
The “heat” comment brings a bit of confusion. It could mean anything, but what’s for sure is that more action and an improved gaming experience should be awaited.
What to Expect
Even if the upcoming Neon Dawn comes with a new Operator or not, that will be mastered fast by the die-hard players base, game modes, new maps, and much more.
The operation is expected to be launched as soon as the next few days. Year 5 Season 4 is also set to arrive next month, and that will likely introduce tons of great stuff for players.
Rainbox Six Siege continued to slay since its debut almost five years ago. More fans can now play the game on various platforms, including Xbox One, PC, and PS4.
An Xbox Series X and PS5 variant of Rainbox Six Siege is expected to be released later this year.
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