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Rainbow Six Siege Goes Back In The 20s For The Grand Larceny Event

Rainbow Six Siege is getting a brand new event that takes place in the 20s based off of the gangsters of the early 20th century. The Grand Larceny Event brings brand new outfits for many of the operators of the game with the likes of Maverick, Hibana and many more. Players will have the chance to dress up 10 of their favourite operators with brand new threads fit for the 20s themed occasion.

Moreover, the event brings a brand new game mode for players. Based off of the old Hereford Base map with various adjustments the new mod takes the 5v5 arena to a whole new level. With various safes stashed around the map, the defenders are to defend their possessions while the attackers would do anything it takes to have it all.

Oh, and did I tell you that its a shotgun only mode? As a cherry on top Ubisoft has taken the destructive environment a notch up as well. This means that floors, walls, furniture and everything are now destructible. Players with the help of their short-ranged shotguns can gang up on their opponents, break ceilings and much more.

The custom-tailored defenders’ Echo, Maestro, Kaid, Wamai, and Warden look sick with their new 20s flair while the attackers Amaru, Fuze, Gridlock, Hibana, and Maverick are no less. Players would automatically change outfits when playing The Stolen Goods mode.

Nevertheless, Ubisoft has made them lootable for general use through Grand Larceny Packs. The packs are to be achieved through the completion of game quests or of course, could be bought from the store through credits.

Players will be able to acquire the Roaring Riches bundles during the event, which includes the Deco Artistry signature weapon skin and the Crafted Six charm as well. However, this is a limited-time event and would wrap up on May 19th.

With more and more content added to Rainbow Six Siege, the game looks better than ever before and would surely make its player base’s time in self-isolation worthwhile.

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Ibtehaj Temuri

Ibtehaj Temuri reporting from duty. My interests generally manoeuvre around video games and works of fiction. Set on an expedition to bring the tiniest of threads to light which makes up this beautiful tapestry we call the tech world. Love to have a chat and any sort of criticism is worth my while.
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