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Rainbow Six Siege’s new trailer takes us deeper into the upcoming Operation Outbreak

We’re talking about the new CO-OP mode, Operation Outbreak that shall come to Rainbow Six Siege at the beginning of the next month, more precisely 6th of March. Operation Outbreak will inevitably merge gamers from around the world in their action to defeating the monsters in the new quarantine zone.

Officially, the first reveal of Operation Outbreak will happen on Rainbow Six Siege Invitational event. However, it has been about time to receive a new co-op mode in Rainbow Six Siege after a while. As we’re getting close to the release of the new game mode, Ubisoft has published another trailer, having Operator Ash doing a briefing on the current situation on the quarantined zone.

You can watch the trailer down below:

Unlike the casual Terrorist Hunt, this event is scheduled to include many prizes such as cosmetics, so we’re yet eager to find out the world’s fastest. We doubt that Ubisoft will consist a hall-of-fame list regarding this event so that players will feel the competitivity arise among them. It would be a fun thing to observe the best companions and world’s fastest record if any of that form exists in Operation Outbreak.

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