Rainbow Six Siege Year 5 Season 2 Operators Might Have Just Leaked

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The next season update for Rainbow Six Siege, Operation Void Edge, is expected to launch on March 9, introducing a brand new attacker Iana, defender Oryx, and the Oregon map rework. Even before the update has made its way to fans, some data miners might have figured out the next Operators that could be possibly coming in Year 5 Season 2.

Along with the new Operators, the name of the next Operation has also surfaced online. According to leaks, the Operation following Void Edge will be called Hidden Eyes.

On the attacking front is a male Operator named Odin who is from Norway. He is going to be equipped with the C7E assault, which is currently assigned to Jackal. Odin also has an option to use the AK-12, which is also shared by Fuze. Talking about the secondary weapons, Odin has an option to choose either a SASR SDP 9mm pistol that is currently assigned to Mozzie and Gridlock, or PMM, which is shared among Fuze, Glaz, and Finka. Odin will be a 2 speed 2 armor attacker.

As for gadgets, Odin is rumored to be using some sort of stealthy "Spider" drone that can climb up walls, ceilings, and other surfaces. The drone can also drill holes in soft walls and fire an AoE charge that can heal teammates over time.

Philisiwe, a female Operator from South Africa, might be joining the defending side. She would be handling Lesion's T-5 SMG decked with an ACOG sight or the ITA12L shotgun assigned to Mira and Jackal. Philisiwe also gets the RG15 pistol shared by Ela and Zofia as her secondary weapon. Philisiwe will be a 1 speed and 3 armor defender.

Philisiwe's gadget is called "Smart Wire," which essentially is barbed wire that significantly slows down enemies and deals damage over time as one continues to move through it. The Smart Wire is also immune to melee and pings enemies and their gadgets as they move through the wire.

So what are your thoughts on these new Operators? Do you think these leaks will turn out to be true? Let us know in the comments section below.

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