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New Rainbow Six Siege ‘gang destruction’ event leaked, and it brings back old Hereford

Rainbow Six Siege is getting a brand new limited-time occasion, it appears. The occasion, which could be titled Gang Destruction, is ostensibly a three-player co-op mode set on previous Hereford Base.

The usually-reliable leaker Roly Noly has uploaded footage of the brand new mode, which you’ll be able to watch under. The leaker says the occasion accommodates “safes it’s essential to seize”, whereas “each ground is totally destructible”. Despite Hereford having its previous, pre-rework structure within the video, it nonetheless looks a bit of totally different. It’s been given a makeover to look extra like an previous nation manor stuffed with valuable-looking art work and gold bullion.

Publisher Ubisoft has not introduced any new mode or extra Hereford revamp, so it stays to be seen if this new occasion finally ends up going reside. We’ve contacted the corporate for remark and can replace if we hear again.

Ubisoft has, nonetheless, introduced a brand new Rainbow Six Siege Battle Pass, which is obtainable now by April 22. The Around the World go accommodates the standard slate of recent challenges and beauty rewards, together with a hunting-themed elite pores and skin for Buck. Lovely.

Also, Pizza Mozzie is now a factor that exists within the recreation and I hate it. That’s sufficient web for right this moment, I believe.

If you do need extra web, nonetheless, take a look at the most recent Rainbow Six Siege patch notes, for the Y5S1.1 replace that went reside only in the near past. No pizzas included, you’ll be happy to listen to.

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