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Ubisoft
has officially unveiled the Operation Wind Bastion, the last season for the third season of Rainbow Six Wins at the final of Pro League Season 8 in Rio, Brazil.

Wind Bastion, a Moroccan-inspired season, and includes two new operators, Kaid and Nomad and a new map in the form of Fortress. We've known about most of it for a long time, but the exact details of what the three will bring into play have not been fully defined to this day.

The two new operators of Operation Wind Bastion, Kaid and Nomad.

Ubisoft

First, the attacker Nomad is a two-armed, two-armored operator armed with the Air Jab Launcher. The launcher fires an approximation mine that, when detonated by the enemy team, pushes them (and all nearby teammates) back and briefly knock them over so Nomad can blow defenders out of cover, create a defensive perimeter, or even shield operators for an enemy disarmed for a short time. Characters captured by the Air Jab break any destructible wall they invade, and they can be knocked off high sims for possible crashes.

Despite the powerful tool, it has some major weaknesses, especially in the form of Jager, whose own gadget can disable the Air Jab. The Air Jab also affects teammates, which means that using them in close combat can be more of an obstacle than a help.

Nomad, Assault Operator of Operation Wind Bastion. Ubisoft

Meanwhile on The Defense is Kaid, an anchor with a speed and three armors whose gadget is the Rtila. Similar to Bandit, Kaid can electrify metal surfaces such as reinforced walls, erectable shields, barbed wire and hatches. Kaid, however, is mainly different in how his equipment is used, since each of the three charges can be thrown remotely and have a range of action so that there is no need to contact the affected surfaces. Electricity can flow through multiple surfaces, so that a single Rtila, when properly deployed, can electrify entire spaces.

Kaid also differs in its equipment from Bandit. He is not only a character with three armor, a speed (to bandits armor, three speed levels), he also has access to a shotgun, which can take a hit in the middle and in the near range. The result is that Kaid is well suited for some points, especially for areas with hatch access, but Bandit should be suitable for others.

The Rtila, however, has some disadvantages. First and foremost, deployment and recharge takes time, which means brokers that are already arriving can not effectively close. It is also prone to IQ's vision, Thatcher's EMP Grenade and Twitch's Drones can easily find and destroy them.

Kaid, the new defender in Wind Bastion Ubisoft

The new card is Fortress, a Kasbah that serves as both Kaid's House (in an interesting World Building for Topping and as a military training ground). Verticality is the core concept of Fortress, as the main structure can be rappelled from all sides and there are towers that give the attacking team easier access to the second floor of the building. It is not stacked against the defense, but there seem to be funnel points through which skillful fortification and the use of Kaid's device can force the attack into the fortress.

Fortress, the new map for Operation Wind Bastion. Ubisoft

An appointment for the Operation Wind Bastion has not been fixed yet. However, it will almost definitely be available on the PC Test Server Rainbow Six Siege before it reaches the main assembly on all platforms.

"Ubisoft
has officially unveiled the Operation Wind Bastion, the last season for the third season of Rainbow Six Wins at the final of Pro League Season 8 in Rio, Brazil.

Wind Bastion, a Moroccan-inspired season, and includes two new operators, Kaid and Nomad and a new map in the form of Fortress. We've known about most of it for a long time, but the exact details of what the three will bring into play have not been fully defined to this day.

The two new operators of Operation Wind Bastion, Kaid and Nomad.

Ubisoft

First, the attacker Nomad is a two-armed, two-armored operator armed with the Air Jab Launcher. The launcher fires an approximation mine that, when detonated by the enemy team, pushes them (and all nearby teammates) back and briefly knock them over so Nomad can blow defenders out of cover, create a defensive perimeter, or even shield operators for an enemy disarmed for a short time. Characters captured by the Air Jab break any destructible wall they invade, and they can be pushed by high ledges for possible falls.

Despite the powerful tool, it has some major weaknesses, especially in the form of Jager, whose own gadget can disable the Air Jab. The Air Jab also affects teammates, which means that using them in close combat can be more of an obstacle than a help.

Nomad, Assault Operator of Operation Wind Bastion. Ubisoft

Meanwhile, at The Defense is Kaid, an anchor at a speed and three armor whose gadget is the Rtila. Similar to Bandit, Kaid can electrify metal surfaces such as reinforced walls, erectable shields, barbed wire and hatches. Kaid, however, is mainly different in how his equipment is used, since each of the three charges can be thrown remotely and have a range of action so that there is no need to contact the affected surfaces. Electricity can flow through multiple surfaces, so that a single Rtila, when properly deployed, can electrify entire spaces.

Kaid also differs in its equipment from Bandit. He is not only a character with three armor, a speed (to bandits armor, three speed levels), he also has access to a shotgun, which can take a hit in the middle and in the near range. The result is that Kaid is well suited for some points, especially for areas with hatch access, but Bandit should be suitable for others.

The Rtila, however, has some disadvantages. First and foremost, deployment and recharge takes time, which means brokers that are already arriving can not effectively close. It is also prone to IQ's vision, Thatcher's EMP Grenade and Twitch's Drones can easily find and destroy them.

Kaid, the new defender in Wind Bastion Ubisoft

The new map is Fortress, a kasbah that serves as both Kaid's House (in an interesting World Building for Pavement and as a military training facility). Verticality is the core concept of Fortress, as the main structure can be rappelled from all sides and there are towers that give the attacking team easier access to the second floor of the building. It is not stacked against the defense, but there seem to be funnel points through which skillful fortress and the use of Kaid's device can force the attack into the fortress.

Fortress, the new map for Operation Wind Bastion. Ubisoft

An appointment for the Operation Wind Bastion has not been fixed yet. However, it will almost definitely be available on the PC Test Server Rainbow Six Siege before it reaches the main assembly on all platforms.


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