With the release of the Y4S1.3 patch for Rainbow Six Siege, data miners have been hard at work uncovering the next season’s content. The latest leak comes in the form of the upcoming season’s gadgets and loadouts for the two new operators, Flores and Mira.
Flores will be equipped with the RCE-Ratero cluster charge and the ACOG sight for his primary weapon. For his secondary, he has the choice between the ITA12S and the Supernova. He also comes with three breaching charges and a claymore.
Mira, on the other hand, is equipped with the Vector.45 ACP as her primary weapon and the ITA12S as her secondary. She also has three breaching charges and a claymore.
What do you think of the leaked gadgets and loadouts for the upcoming season? Let us know in the comments below!
Rainbow Six Siege Operation Crimson Heist “Flores” Gadget and Loadout Leaked
What’s new in Rainbow Six Siege Operation Crimson Heist?
The next season of Rainbow Six Siege, Operation Crimson Heist, is just around the corner. Here’s everything we know so far about the upcoming season, including the release date, new operators, map changes, and more.
Operation Crimson Heist is set to launch on March 18th, 2021. This date was leaked prior to the official announcement, so it’s likely not subject to change.
The season will introduce two new operators: Flores and Alibi. Flores is a defender who specialises in traps and gadgetry, while Alibi is an attacker who can deploy holograms to confuse and disorient the enemy team.
A new map, Villa, will also be added in Operation Crimson Heist. Villa is an abandoned mansion located in the Italian countryside, and it features a mix of open and close-quarters combat areas.
Finally, a number of changes and improvements will be made to the existing maps and operators in Rainbow Six Siege. For example, the operators Mira and Jackal will be receiving significant nerfs, while the map Oregon will be getting a makeover.
Flores’ Gadget and Loadout
According to recent leaks, it seems that Flores will be coming with a new gadget and loadout in the upcoming Operation Crimson Heist. The gadget in question is a remote-controlled car, which can be used to deliver C4 charges to enemies. The loadout appears to be geared towards close-quarters combat, with a shotgun and a submachine gun as the primary weapons.
Flores’ remote-controlled car gadget could be a game-changer in Rainbow Six Siege. With the ability to deliver C4 charges to enemies, it opens up a whole new realm of possibilities for attacking and defending. The loadout appears to be designed for close-quarters combat, which could make Flores a force to be reckoned with in close-quarters maps.
How to use Flores’ Gadget and Loadout
Flores’ gadget is a remote-controlled car that can be used to deliver C4 charges to enemy objectives. Her loadout includes an assault rifle and a shotgun.
To use Flores’ gadget, first deploy the car near the enemy objective. Then arm the C4 charges and remote control the car to drive it into the enemy objective. The C4 charges will detonate and destroy the objective.
Flores’ loadout is designed for close-quarters combat. The assault rifle is ideal for spraying enemy positions, while the shotgun can be used to devastating effect at close range.
Operation Crimson Heist “Flores” is the upcoming season for Rainbow Six Siege. New information about the season’s gadget and loadout have been leaked, and we’ve got all the details for you here. The new season looks to be another exciting one for fans of the game, with new content and a new operator to play with. We can’t wait to see what else is in store for us in the coming weeks.