It seems like Ubisoft is revisiting the well-liked Doktor’s Curse event for Rainbow Six Siege this Halloween. The Siege crew has launched a live-action teaser trailer for the event that appears to recommend it will likely be a “revamp” of Doktor’s Curse, somewhat than a sequel.
Doktor’s Curse was the massive Halloween event again in 2019 and was set in a modified model of the Theme Park map utilizing the Hide and Seek game mode. In what now appears like a precursor to the upcoming Rainbow Six Extraction – or the latest ‘Containment’ tie-in event – one crew seeks to remove the opposing crew, who’re all taking part in monsters. The catch is that neither crew have melee assaults or normal weapons.
Other than the teaser trailer there’s no phrase but on how a lot of a revamp Doktor’s Curse 2021 will probably be in comparison with the authentic – however with Extraction on the method, it’s potential the event might have an alternate mode the place the monsters get a likelihood to battle again.
You can take a look at the creepy teaser trailer under, in the model of an ’80s horror film – together with its equally creepy tweet. One factor’s for certain – the event will certainly include a new vary of Alpha Packs that includes spooky-themed cosmetics. The Halloween event often begins a few days earlier than October 31 and runs for two weeks – final yr’s began on October 27, whereas the earlier Doktor’s Curse started on October 23, so it’s a little up in the air.
Close your door however perhaps, simply perhaps, don’t flip off the lights. You by no means know what’s in the darkish… [:alien:] And belief us, generally, higher be secure than sorry! pic.twitter.com/aa4yv2kY37
— Rainbow Six Siege (@Rainbow6Game) October 8, 2021
Last yr’s Halloween event was Sugar Fright, the bizarre one the place all the Siege operators get was puppets and have to collect sweets. Looks like Ubisoft is leaning again into the extra typical horror aesthetic this yr prematurely of the monster-focused Siege spin-off Rainbow Six Extraction – which releases in January, so long as it isn’t delayed once more.