Blackbeard in Rainbow Six SiegeSource: Ubisoft

What you need to know

  • Rainbow Six Siege will be getting a new replay system during Year 5.
  • This system lets players view their prior matches using different camera angles.
  • It can be used professionally to study what you did in a match, or just for fun.
  • There's no exact release window for this update.

While you can currently view matches that are in-progress, Rainbow Six Siege lacks anything beyond a spectator mode. That's changing at some point in Year 5, as a new update will be bringing a replay mode of sorts. Players can use this mode to check out prior matches and view them from different angles. It's perfect for studying past strategies and figuring out what works, or sometimes, what doesn't.

You can take a look at an early, in-progress version of this system in the images below. You can tap or click the images to enlarge them.

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Rainbow Six Siege Rewind SystemRainbow Six Siege Rewind SystemSource: Ubisoft

There's a lot coming in Rainbow Six Siege Year 5, with four new seasons and plentiful new operators and weapons for players to master. The first season is expected to kick off in March 2020, with Operation Void Edge serving as the introductory new update. Operation Void Edge has two new operators, Oryx and Iana.

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