Published: Sat, August 12, 2017
Science | By Cecil Little

Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Blood Orchid announced

Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Blood Orchid announced

In a tweet on Friday, Ubisoft announced the next Operation coming to Rainbow Six Siege, called Blood Orchid, which will take place in a theme park. The update is set in Hong Kong, which brings two new operators from Hong Kong's Special Duties Unit (SDU), a new Operator from Poland's Grupa Reagowania Operacyjno-Manewrowego (GROM), a new Hong Kong map, and new weapons. The dry spell is the result of Ubisoft pushing back its expansion plans in order to make room for Operation Health, an initiative targeted at addressing long-reported issues and laying a solid foundation for future features.

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As for what fans can expect to get with this new update, there will be a new map and three new operators to check out. The map is free for everyone, as always, whereas operators require in-game currency to unlock. It features two operators from Hong Kong and one from Poland.

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For more information on Operation Blood Orchid, you can check out the teaser trailer below this article. There has been no official confirmation from Ubisoft but a similar location was seen briefly, and probably unintentionally, on the Rainbow Six Siege online tactical board. The stream will commence on August 26th during the Pro League Finals.

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