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Rainbow Six Siege's Phantom Sight Unveiled; New operators Nokk and Warden Detailed

Rainbow Six Victory's new season was unveiled by DLC. Operation Phantom Sight will include the usual two new operators – Nokk and Warden – as well as a revision of the map and some welcome changes to existing characters.

Nokk is an attacking version of Vigil in every way. Her hel-gadget allows her to become almost invisible to enemy cameras. The ability is temporary, so you are not invisible forever. However, this could be a very powerful tool for pushing target areas. Their weapon selection includes the FMG-9 SMG, the Six12 SD Shotgun and the Desert Eagle-like D-50, which is very powerful and can be equipped with a suppressor.

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Defender Warden wears smart glasses that allow him to see through smoke while standing still. In addition, his ability makes him virtually impervious to lightning strikes and other disorienting devices like Yings Candelas.

Glaz, the sniper character of Siege, has been heavily optimized for Operation Phantom Sight. It takes much longer for his thermal riflescope to reach the profile of defenders, which has a big impact when he tries to smoke through smoke. The change is designed to prevent Glaz players from simply storming to the front of a fight while retaining their long-range range.

Finally, Kafe Dostoyevsky was reworked. The overhaul is not as dramatic as that of Hereford Base, but modernizes the building and makes it fit for developing victories since launch. Check out the new kafe and all the details for year 2, season 4 in our preview video above. Ubisoft has not yet confirmed when Operation Phantom Sight will begin, but usually content updates on live PS4, Xbox One, and PC servers will be deleted three weeks after they are released. A new system designed to reduce the problem of team killing in the game. Thanks to the update, shooting an ally now causes all the damage you inflict to yourself. Ubisoft intends to further optimize the system. Patches are already planned for next season. This is part of Ubisoft's new policy, which provides for more regular updates of games.

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