The tactical tension of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege fosters a growing competitive shooter, already midway through its fourth year of updates. While Operator and map know-how remain crucial to victory, upgrading your gear can further elevate your potential. We've wrapped up our favorite Rainbow Six Siege accessories, spanning PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
This gaming mouse excels in performance, packing SteelSeries' leading TrueMove 3 sensor and comfortable in-hand feel. It provides the flexibility of high-end alternatives while sticking to a budget.
Save on audio
The Corsair HS50 is among the best low-cost stereo headsets for Rainbow Six, packing a ton of features into a subtle, all-black design. Buyers secure strong audio and microphone capabilities, comfortable memory foam padding, and handy on-ear controls.
Cute but deadly
Plucked straight from the Rainbow Six roster, Ubisoft's collectible figures put a chibi spin on battle-hardened Operators. Spanning 15 personas and growing, this three-inch Ash is a lovable desktop companion.
The HyperX Alloy FPS Pro is a reliable mechanical essential, primed for responsive FPS gaming. It boasts strong build quality, the Cherry MX Red switches are snappy, and textured WASD keycaps accommodate shooter fans.
Using a wired mouse in Rainbow Six Siege? A mouse bungee is an essential pickup, locking down cabling to prevent drag and keep your playspace tidy. Razer boasts a sleek design and weighted base without compromising affordability, guaranteeing pinpoint precision.
Stay on target
Mousepads can make or break a gaming setup, but Corsair's MM200 range remains a staple to casual players and professionals. Available in three sizes, its combination of a textile-weaved surface and rubberized base ensure low friction and high reliability.
Cover your angles
Granting a tactical edge across first-person shooters on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, the Elite Atlas nails rich audio and the sense of directional awareness. Comfortable cushioning and robust build quality scream premium, all available at a fair price.
Koyo just refreshed its lineup of Rainbow Six metal pins, translating your favorite Operator icons into wearable accessories. The officially licensed sets deliver a high-quality soft enamel and zinc alloy finish, mirroring the stars of the shooter.
The Acer KG271 scales to 27 inches at 1080p, accompanied by 75Hz FreeSync and G-Sync capabilities, with a 1ms response time for reactive, tear-free gameplay. Ideal for FreeSync on both PC and Xbox One, it demonstrates that low-cost doesn't compromise high-stakes gameplay.
This vivid 1440p panel has a buttery-smooth 165Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time, solidified as leading mid-range portal into Rainbow Six Siege. It's all you need to top competitive multiplayer, serving an unmatched balance of price and performance.
NACON delivers an unmatched lineup of licensed PlayStation 4 controllers, robustly designed for competitive gaming. The controller adopts configurable buttons and asymmetrical thumbsticks while offering adjustable dead zones, and response curves, to fine-tune aiming.
Play your way
Whether gamepad-bound on Xbox or PC, Microsoft's flagship Xbox Elite Controller raises the bar to a new level. It boasts a grippy, heavyweight design, with metallic modular paddles, pads, and sticks to fine-tune your experience. While not cheap, it's guaranteed to improve your play.
Breach and clear
The unforgiving tactical gameplay of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege fuses intricate systems that reward strategy and forethought in every encounter. Upgrading your setup with new accessories can further elevate your potential, across both its intricate gunplay and surrounding systems.
The SteelSeries Rival 310 Gaming Mouse (opens in new tab) packs six programmable buttons and configurable DPI settings topping out at 12,000 CPI, ideal for nailing down a competitive setup for Ranked online play. When paired the HyperX Alloy FPS Pro (opens in new tab), a keyboard designed for FPS gaming, PC players can secure a tournament-ready desktop at a fraction of premium alternatives.
Matt Brown is Windows Central's Senior Games Editor, Xbox & PC, at Future. Following over seven years of professional consumer technology and gaming coverage, he’s focused on the world of Microsoft's gaming efforts. You can follow him on Twitter @mattjbrown.
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