Ubisoft has unveiled the latest line of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege collectible figurines, providing its stylized chibi spin on the game's playable Operators. The fourth series under the UbiCollectibles Six Collection is scheduled to launch on February 13, coinciding with the Six Invitational 2020.
Series 4 packs four new Operators in an adorable art style, featuring Glaz, Finka, Blitz, and Dokkaebi. Ubisoft also has a free golden variant of the Russian sharpshooter up for grabs exclusively when purchasing the complete series set. Each figurine is accompanied by a redeemable online code, unlocking exclusive in-game weapon charms.
The Six Collection Series 4 is now available for preorder via Ubisoft, priced at $20 each.
Four new Operators available for preorder.
Rainbow Six Siege's iconic Operators get the chibi treatment with its Series 4 figure set. Featuring Glaz, Blitz, Dokkaebi, and Finka, they're an ideal desktop companion or gift.
Ubisoft is currently gearing up for Rainbow Six Siege Operation Shifting Tides, its fourth and final seasonal update of 2019. New Operators Kali and Wamai set out to deliver new anti-gadget capabilities to attack and defense, while a fresh Theme Park rework sets out to improve competitive play. Rainbow Six Siege Shifting Tides is set for a November 10 unveiling alongside the Rainbow Six Pro League Finals in Tokoname, Japan.
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