Ubisoft announced today that Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Operation Velvet Shell, the first free update to Siege second year, has been released for Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC platforms since February 7, 2017. The second year will have immediate possession of the combined owners, two new Spanish Anti-Terrorist Unit Operators and four special weapons. Players who do not have a combined ticket for the second season will be able to buy them in the Renown currency in the game or on the 14th of February 2017 with R6 Credits.
Operation Velvet Shell will play two Spanish operators from the players Grupo Especial de Operaciones and try to control the Ibiza coast using their unique tactical expertise. From these operators, Mira has proved its strength and endurance in tactical situations, but it is the technical expertise that comes to the forefront. His area of expertise is creating black mirrors, which can be punched into barricades or demolishable walls, which can be called single-sided windows, which are almost impossible to destroy. If the main weapons, Vector 45 ACP and ITA12L, are taken into consideration, the enemies will quickly switch from being located to being killed.
Jackal’s expertise with the other operator is to trace the Priority Targets and prevent drug transports with G.E.O. In addition to the main weapons C7E and PDW9, Jackal uses the Eyenox Model III helmet kit to follow enemy footprints. The new traces will look so hot in Jackal’s view; So if you see the shiny red boots, you have enemies nearby!
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege – Velvet Shell will begin to use the new dynamic navigation interface in the second year as part of its plans to further enrich the gaming experience, and will allow player activities such as fights, news and empowerment to take place in the same territory.