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Rainbow Six Siege’s newest skin turns an operator into a pizza

Rainbow Six Siege’s “Mozzie-rella” pores and skin — which imbues Mozzie, the pestilential Australian operator, within the luxurious colours of an oven-fresh pepperoni pie — is the newest loot available to Twitch Prime subscribers. It’s out there from now till April 24.

The operator set features a uniform, headgear, and weapon pores and skin, plus the Pizza Boy chibi attraction.

The Cheesie One has arrived! Claim your free Twitch Prime Operator Set as we speak and be a part of Mozzie in taking again the time period pizza face. Don’t have Twitch Prime? Just hyperlink your Amazon Prime account or join a free trial as we speak.

— Rainbow Six Siege (@Rainbow6Game) March 24, 2020

Mozzie (actual identify Max Goose) is a Defender in Siege, whose talent is deploying micro-robot “pests” that may hack and take management of the Attackers’ drones. His identify is Australian slang for “mosquito.” He’s not, typically talking, a welcome sight on Siege’s battlefield.

Pizza-themed garb doesn’t enhance of us’ opinion of him, both:

It’s only a Mozzie pores and skin, Gerald.

— Rainbow Six Siege (@Rainbow6Game) March 24, 2020

The pores and skin is yours if in case you have a replica of Rainbow Six Siege, an Amazon Prime subscription, and a uPlay account. After linking your Twitch Prime and uPlay accounts, go to the Twitch Prime rewards page, and begin basking in Mozzie’s golden, gooey goodness.

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