Rainbow Six Siege teases Burnt Horizon's Gridlock and Mozzie operators
Set in the land down under.
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…
Time to make some noise. pic.twitter.com/Auo538tBYQThe red desert is quiet… Too quiet for some…
Time to make some noise. pic.twitter.com/Auo538tBYQ— Rainbow Six Siege (@Rainbow6Game) February 13, 2019February 13, 2019
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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