Ubisoft has unveiled the next map headed to its hit tactical shooter, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, as a part of Operation Wind Bastion. Following the Morocco-themed update's reveal, today's trailer provides a deeper dive into "Fortress," unpacking its sky-high multiplayer combat.
Fortress takes place in a mudbrick kasbah, hidden among the Atlas Mountains, and granted to team Rainbow for training exercises. Ubisoft is promising "unprecedented" roof access and verticality for this locale, with two floors of open spaces and tight angles for varied combat. The citadel is also split into two distinct zones; a newly renovated suite for the resident Commander, and a deteriorating training zone for elite soldiers.
Check out the Fortress reveal trailer for a one-minute glimpse into its offerings.
Operation Wind Bastion is currently slated for a November 18 reveal, as a part of the game's Pro League Finals live stream. Two new playable Operators, one multiplayer map, and various other new content is expected, via a free update for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Don't miss our complete Rainbow Six Siege Operation Wind Bastion roundup for a full breakdown of what we know so far.
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