Rainbow Six Siege & # 39; Rainbow is Magic & # 39; event extended until April 15

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Ubisoft started a new seasonal event for Tom Clancy & # 39; s Rainbow Six Siege in April, in which his gritty tactical shooter was wrapped with an adorable April Fools twist. After the release of the latest Australian update, Operation Burnt Horizon, the Rainbow is Magic event packages are an impressive selection of theme changes around toys and games.

The game was first deployed on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC version of the game on April 1 and spent a limited time in "Save the Teddy" mode, in addition to an edited pink variant of Plane and a collection exclusive cosmetic packages. While it was previously planned to close on 8 April, Ubisoft has now confirmed a one-week extension until 15 April 2019.

With another week available, players can continue to enjoy the temporary hostage-taking mode, in addition to the other vibrant chaos of Rainbow is Magic. It is also a last chance to purchase the Magic Collection, with a pool of paid April Fools skins for selected Rainbow Six operators.

Leaks are also brewing for Rainbow Six Siege Year 4 Season 2, scheduled to bring new Danish and American operators to the line-up. Early information about a covert, camouflaged character has surfaced, accompanied by a new anti-smoke and anti-flash grenade Operator on defense. Don't miss our full collection of all the news from Year 4 Season 2 and don't leak so far.

In the meantime, Rainbow Six Siege is now available on Amazon, starting at $ 26 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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Tom Clancy & # 39; s Rainbow Six Siege

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Ubisoft's hit shooter is hotter than ever, with an exciting exciting gameplay and regular free updates. With millions of players in 2019, Rainbow Six is ​​not slowing down.

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