Ubisoft has been light on details concerning the next major update for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, Operation Burnt Horizon, but it started breaking its silence today with a short teaser of the expansion's two new operators. The teaser places "Mozzie" and "Gridlock," as they're known, in the quiet of the outback, killing time in lawn chairs until a radio transmission breaks the silence.
The red desert is quiet… Too quiet for some…— Rainbow Six Siege (@Rainbow6Game) February 13, 2019
Time to make some noise. pic.twitter.com/Auo538tBYQ
According to various leaks, Mozzie and Gridlock are expected to come packing two interesting gadgets for players to check out, including a proximity based "red web tracker" and a drone-hacking device.
Exact details about Burnt Horizon, other than its Australian setting, remain a mystery. However, Ubisoft is planning to give the content a full reveal on February 17 at the Six Invitational in Montreal.
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