Rainbow Six Siege Caveira Elite skin drops next week

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Ubisoft has sketched its next Elite set on its way to Tom Clancy & # 39; s Rainbow Six Siege, in addition to the premiere for the upcoming seasonal update, Operation Void Edge. The ruthless Brazilian defender Caveira is the newest operator to receive a premium skin entitled "Mata-Leão."

Mata-Leão edits Caviera with a box-inspired bundle, including a new maroon uniform and headwear, accompanied by a range of coat of arms. The makeover drops its skull-warpaint for casual sporty clothing, including a crop-top, high denim and hand wraps.

Although revealed alongside Operation Void Edge, the new look from Caviera is earlier than expected. Scheduled for a release on February 20, 2020, this completes the current season before the start of Year 5 in early March.

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In addition to her fresh appearance, Caviera gets new armor sheets for her Lusion, M12 and SPAS-15. The usual Elite skin exclusivities also return, with a special victory animation, golden Operator card and Elite chibi charm.

Like previous Elite skin bundles, Caveira & # 39; s new look probably costs 1,800 R6 credits – Premium packages from Rainbow Six Siege that are available with real money. Holders of the Year 4 Pass keep their store-wide discount, reducing the price to 1,620 R6 credits.

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