Rainbow Six Siege (White Noise) DLC Gameplay - Better Aim?!
The Mob is here, whats up JrMobsters, Rainbow Six Siege (White Noise DLC) is finally here and I have all the new characters ready to go. My favorites so far is Dokkaebi and Vigil, I like Zofia too, but the other two just work really well for me. Let me know in the comments below which character you like best and why, also let me know if anyone is having trouble with the new shotgun, it does not seem to work all of the time. My goal for this video is 100 likes, thanks and enjoy.
Operation White Noise is the seventh expansion to be released for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. It adds two new Operators from the 707th SMB with the remaining GROM operator and new map Tower.
It was officially announced on November 2, 2017 and is scheduled to be released on November 20, 2017 for Technical Test Server participants and two weeks later for Year Two Season Pass holders on December 5, 2017. As with other expansions, all content released is free for players but can be accessed one week earlier with ownership of its respective Season Pass.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is a first-person RPG action game, in which players control an operators from the Rainbow team, which consist of the NSA, CIA, FBI, NYPD, LAPD, CPD, and Presidential Security Forces. Different operators have different nationalities, weapons, and gadgets. The game features an asymmetrical structure whereby the teams are not always balanced in their ability choices. The Counter Terrorism Units (CTUs) available for play include FBI's Hostage Rescue Team, the British SAS, Germany's GSG-9, Russian Spetsnaz and France's GIGN, each of which has four operators per CTU. After the game's release, two Canadian operators from Joint Task Force 2, two American operators from the US Navy SEALs, two Brazilian operators from BOPE, two Japanese operators from SAT, and two Spanish operators from GEO have been added into the game. Players also have access to a "Recruit" operator who can choose from a more flexible assortment of equipment at the expense of having no unique gadget. Players pick an operator from any unit before a round starts, and are not allowed to change operators during a round. An in-game shop allows players to purchase operators using the in-game currency "Renown", which is earned at the end of matches from actions performed in-game. The different gameplay modes award renown at different rates, with ranked matches offering the most renown multiplier potential per match. Renown can also be affected with the addition of "boosters" which give the player a 100% increase in all renown earned for 24 hours (real time not play time). Renown can also be purchased using real world currency. Each successive operator that is purchased from a single counter-terrorist unit costs an additional 500 Renown, with DLC operators costing 25,000 renown each.
In ranked, when a round begins, the attackers choose one of several spawn points from which to launch their attack. The attackers then are given control over wheeled drones to scout the map in search of enemy operators and targets, while the defenders can fortify and reinforce surfaces and pathways in order to restrict the enemy's team movement and vision, and use security cameras to spot the attackers. Maps in the game are designed to encourage close quarters combat, and players cannot respawn until the end of a round. This is aimed at encouraging players to utilize teamwork and tactics, and to maintain tension throughout a round. Matches generally last only a few short minutes. Teamwork and cooperation is encouraged in Siege, and players need to take advantage of their different abilities in order to complete the objective and defeat the enemy team. Communications between players are also encouraged.