NEW DEFENDER: ALIBI | News Details | Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege

NEW DEFENDER: ALIBI | News Details | Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege

NEW DEFENDER: ALIBI | News Details | Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege

The trailer for Rainbow Six Siege's upcoming Villa map has a delicious easter egg for fans of the Assassin's Creed franchise.

From there, she earned a spot in the Gruppo Intervento Speciale (G.I.S.) counter-terrorist unit, where she went on to utilise her undercover skills to take down the Vinciguerra Crime Family, bringing them down from the inside out.

What's unique about it is that the map is called Villa, and it appears to be set in the handsome Italian countryside.

As seen with previous Rainbow Six Siege seasons, Villa will be available to all players upon the update's arrival. Are you looking forward to jumping into Operation Para Bellum? The house is their retreat, where they lead a lavish lifestyle and collect rare art pieces.

Born in Libya, Alibi, also known as Aria de Luca, immigrated to Italy with her family when she was just three years old.

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It's shaping up beautifully so far and we can't wait to see more!

What we do know is that Ubisoft will be making balance changes to some of the existing operators in the game, including giving Echo a second Yokai drone that can be used during a match.

"One of the foundations of the speed vs. armor system is the balancing act between the two".

On Monday, Ubisoft officially revealed one of the two new operators they're now planning to add to Rainbow Six Siege, a PvP tactical FPS. The change is created to help bring more balance options to Rainbow Six: Siege when it comes to that particular feature.

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