The Rainbow Six Siege Holiday Pack is Free and Comes with a New Operator

Get ready to enjoy a cold event. Ubisoft

The holidays are here, and players of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege have a reason to celebrate. That's because everyone gets to have a Holiday Pack for free. The Holiday Pack comes with one random unowned Operator. However, for those who already have all Operations, they'll instead get a Bravo Pack. To get this pack, all players need to do is head on over to the shop and claim the "free gift" item. This offer lasts until January 3.

The new Holiday Pack isn't the only that's there for everyone to enjoy. Get to enjoy the holiday season even more with the Limited-Time Freeze For All Event. This event has already started and is expected to run until January 5. During this event, winter has arrived and there's no such thing as Attack and Defense. Instead, all that's left is a free for all.

Players have the chance to see if they have what it takes to survive this new limited-time event where Team Rainbow members are shipped to a new Arctic Workshop map. This event doesn't even end in death since players get to respawn on the rooftops.

Operation Deep Freeze

Aside from the new event, players can continue to enjoy the ongoing Operation Deep Freeze. This new season offers a lot of new content like the new Operator Tubarão. He brings with him his freezing Zoto Canister gadget, which can slow down the movement of Attackers while at the same time disable their devices.

There's also a new Ranked map known as the Lair. Known to be the base of operations for Deimos, it's been designed for players who want to try out different playstyles. Making this possible are the different entrances and the three floors. Each floor actually is actually unique with the exterior offer entry points to all three floors.

Players can also enjoy the update to the game's Reputation System which allows for more information that can affect the standing of the players. The new season also introduces a new feature known as the Grace Period phases.

Rainbow Six Siege was first released in 2015 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It was then made available for PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X/S in 2020.

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