Latest Rainbow Six Siege Elite skin gives Bandit a biker upgrade

Ubisoft has dropped a fresh Elite set for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, its coveted "premium" skin collections for its playable Operators. Putting a fresh spin on the GSG 9 defender Bandit, the bundle packs a twelve-piece lineup themed around Hells Angels bikers. The "Axle 13" uniform drapes the Operator in biker attire during four years undercover, alongside other themed cosmetics.

The Bandit Elite set features slick new leathers matched with a motorcycle victory animation and player card. It also grants new exclusive skins for the MP7, M870, and P12, and the deployable Shock Wire. The full set is now available for purchase on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC versions of the game.

Like previous Elite sets, the bundle costs 1,800 R6 Credits; Rainbow Six Siege's premium currency obtainable with real-world money. Year 4 Pass holders will retain their store-wide discount, reducing the price to 1,620 R6 Credits.

In the meantime, Ubisoft is gearing up for the launch of the game's next significant update, dubbed Year 4 Season 2. Featuring a duo of new playable Operators, a full map rework, and other refinements, a promising month lays ahead for the tactical shooter.

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Rainbow Six Siege accessories you'll love

While you're checking out this sleek Bandit skin, don't miss these awesome, affordable accessories today.

HyperX Alloy FPS Pro Keyboard ($70 at Amazon)

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SteelSeries Rival 310 Gaming Mouse ($40 at Amazon)

This budget gaming mouse excels in performance, packing SteelSeries' leading TrueMove 3 sensor and comfortable in-hand feel.

AmazonBasics Xbox One Wired Controller ($25 at Amazon)

While Amazon isn't famed for Xbox One accessories, the mega-retailer's spin on Microsoft's own is ideal for budget gamers. It stows a lengthy cable, headset support, and strong grippy build quality ideal for everyday gaming.

Matt Brown

Matt Brown was formerly a Windows Central's Senior 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.