Year Seven, Part One of Rainbow Six Siege – titled Demon Veil – is scheduled to launch on March 8, 2022 and brings with it a new Operator in Azami, a trailer for a new map in Emerald Plains that will launch later in the season and lots of cool changes and additions like Attacker Repick, Team Deathmatch, Match Replay for console players, improved face technology, etc.
To help you start the year off to a good start in Rainbow Six Siege, we’ve gathered everything you need to know about Demon Veil in one place along with the best tips for using Azami to her fullest potential.
Azami and her Kiba Barrier Kunai will help you and your guardians close your losses and guarantee victory
Defender Kana “Azami” Fujiwara is the latest Moderator to join Rainbow Six Siege and she’ll be arriving in Season 7, Year 1 – Devil’s Curtain. She grew up in the city of Kyoto, Japan, and soon found a passion for both fashion and fitness as a way to break free from the “rigid rules of her family”.
She has already promoted to Aikido, and will use those skills, her expertise in multiple languages, etc. to move to Tokyo and begin her studies at the Metropolitan Police Academy. After facing force suspension for “multiple outbreaks of violence while on duty”, she decided to put that life aside and join the private sector as a bodyguard. .
In Rainbow Six Siege, Azami will join the Guardians lineup and be built as an “all-round game changer.” While Azami is equipped with a 9X19SVN SMG, ACS12 Shotgun, D-50 Handgun, Impact Grenades, and Barbed Wire, the star in her arsenal is definitely Kiba Barrier.
Kiba Barrier is a combination of Compound L-7 and Solution K-13 and begins to act as a gas before solidifying and placing a bulletproof circular surface anywhere on the map. Azami used a wrist sheath – similar to the blade hidden in Assassin’s Creed – for Kunai, which contained these chemicals. These Kiba Barrier kunais can shoot into floors, walls, or ceilings, giving Guardians a chance to defend themselves against vertical play in addition to their ability to seal any holes/lines of sight that might result. difference between life and death.
“Azami is quite literally a gamechanger,” said game designer Dominic Clement. “For the first time, the Defenders can actually defend themselves against vertical play, which has not been possible before. If you have a Buck or a Sledge right above you making holes in the floor you will panic and you have to run, you have to get out of there. There isn’t anything you can do. But now, you can. ”
As for how players should use Azami, Clement advises her to stay close to the target as you want her to be ready for any breach the Attacker might be planning.
“Azami’s role is really an anchor,” says Clement. “You know, she’s an architect. So you want her close to the target, you want her close to your anchor players so she can provide the necessary cover for them. You want her near walls where you would expect some form of breach, so you want her in place. That’s where she’s strongest.”
While bulletproof Kiba Barriers may sound like a nightmare to Attackers, they can be easily knocked away by explosives or with three melee attacks. This means that Ash, Zofia, and Flores should be used, as they will have the easiest time using their arsenal to take down any barriers that appear on the battlefield. Those using Sledge, Buck, Thermite, Maverick, Hibana, and Ace should note that their ability to create holes in the map can be easily countered by Azami if she’s on the opposing team.
Rainbow Six Siege Demon Veil New Modes, Maps, Gameplay Changes and More
Team Deathmatch, which should be familiar to anyone who has played other multiplayer shooters, will be coming to Rainbow Six Siege with Demon Veil. It’s meant to be a fun and fast-paced mode that can be used to randomly play with friends or to kick off some competitive play. There are no restrictions on Operators or Deposits, but Operator Gadgets will not work and everyone will start with the option of Impact or Flash Grenades.
Rainbow Six Siege’s Demon Veil season will also see the birth of its first new map entry in three years: The Emerald Plains. This map, coming mid-season, is set in Ireland and takes place in an old-fashioned estate/castle that has been turned into a country club for the world’s elite. The first floor has been “modernized to serve the customer,” meaning it will be much more open, but the second floor has remained largely unchanged for “the very private elite and possibly opaque transactions.” that they do there.”
The manor’s rooftop overlooks a living room with a two-story fireplace and the map is very large and specially designed with a focus on learningability in the hope that players will get used to it as quickly as possible.
“Finding the venue was a challenge for the team, but I think we really hit the mark in the prep time and created something quite unique and fun,” said the level designer Josam L Rene said. “We really wanted to take what we’ve learned from the old maps and really bring something new with that knowledge. I really like when I know where I am, I know what’s coming next. It’s really important to make a map interesting that it’s easy to learn. The faster you understand the map, the faster you’ll enjoy it, and that’s what we’re all about. ”
The other big addition to this season’s Rainbow Six Siege is Attacker Repick.
Attacker Repick is exactly what it sounds like – it will allow the Attacker to pick different Operators depending on what they find during the preparation phase. While Attackers use their drones and map scouts, they will be given the option to change both their Operators and their attachments to better suit their attack plan. surname.
There are a bunch of other changes that will be made with this new installment, including one important to Goyo. While before that Goyo would drop the shield containing the Vulcan Canister, this new season will drop the shield to get even more boxes which is even more dangerous. The team felt that the blast and shield combo was a bit too difficult to deal with, so this change hopefully balances things out without making Goyo any less dangerous.
Along with giving all weapons 1x visibility and the ability to have any vision, console players will have access to Match Replay with all the features PC players enjoy, playing stacks Ranking will require a phone number associated with your account to prevent cheaters, and Ubisoft will reward players who report bugs using R6 Fix.
Demon Veil will also showcase some long-requested innovations to facial technology. Implementations of this new technology will primarily be seen in future Operators, but players will be able to see it in action in the presence of Azami. This means that the team has reworked the skin, hair and visor and has bulked up the headgear and the face itself to give more life to the Operator. Thunderbird will also see these improvements in Demon Veil.
Furthermore, fans of Nomad, Montagne and Kaid will be able to purchase the new Elite Skin, and players will have more options to practice in the playable space, complete with Operator tips, range micro-target and no added pressure when participating in the match.
Rainbow Six Siege Year Seven, Season One – Demon Veil, Brand New Battle Pass and Azami will launch on March 8, 2022.
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