from Marvin Schumacher
The current operation in the multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six Siege, called Void Edge, is nearing its end. The next operation and thus the new content update has already been announced on Twitter. The developers showed the name of the update with a short video.

The current content update called Operation Void Edge started two months ago. The next seasonal content update for the current year 5 is called "Operation Steel Wave" and was announced with a short video on Twitter. As previously announced in the roadmap, Steel Wave will appear with a revised version of the house card and will include multiple events and a limited-time Battle Pass. More information about the upcoming update is not yet known, but more details will follow soon.

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In Operation Void Edge, players received two new operators from Ubisoft. Iana, which has the ability to control a ghost-like shape of itself, and Oryx, which can break through walls and launch a powerful melee attack against shielded enemies. Furthermore, Golden Gun and The Grand Larceny, two time-limited arcade modes, came into play. Operation Steel Wave will be the last update for Year 5, which will also introduce two new operators. Subsequent updates should only introduce one new operator at a time. The update is slated for PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One at the beginning of next month. With the release of the new generation of consoles, the game will also be released for Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X.

Source: Twitter

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