WWE Cosmetic Kits to Appear in “Rainbow Six Siege”


Ubisoft has announced the release of two new WWE cosmetic kits for Rainbow Six Siege — watch the trailer below.

The set includes images of the Undertaker and Becky “The Man” Lynch.

The game’s press release states: “The Deadman set for Blackbeard includes an Undertaker’s uniform, a special headdress, an Operator’s portrait, an Undertaker’s Championship keychain, as well as a Moonlight Brawl background and The Tombstone weapon skin for MK17 CQB.”

There is also an “additional kit” for Thorn, including “A Men’s uniform, a headdress and a portrait of the Operator. Players can wear a WWE Championship Titles keychain, I Am The Man background and equip a Dis-Arm-Her weapon skin for the UZK50GI,” the statement reads.

Players will be able to choose their champion by buying a set for 2160 R6 credits each or by buying both together in a WWE Rumble Bundle set for 4080 R6 credits.

Rainbow Six Siege is already available on PlayStation4, PlayStation5, Xbox One family consoles, Xbox Series X|S, Windows PC, including Ubisoft+, Ubisoft subscription service.

You can watch the trailer for the new set below.

The Rainbow Six synopsis of Tom Clancy’s Siege states that the game “places players at the center of a dynamic, ever-evolving multiplayer mode based on a selection of unique operatives.

“Using the right combination of tactics and destruction, Rainbow Six teams enter into a siege with their enemies, where both sides have exclusive skills and gadgets at their disposal. Defenders prepare by turning the environment into modern fortresses, while attackers use reconnaissance drones to gain information to carefully plan their attack.

“With access to dozens of operatives inspired by real-life counterintelligence agents from around the world, players can choose exactly how they want to approach each problem they face.”

The game’s community has more than 80 million players worldwide.

Recently, 2K Games announced WWE 2K Battleground, a new WWE arcade-style game, instead of the already canceled WWE 2K21.

The company unveiled the title on its official website in a trailer featuring recognizable WWE stars such as Rock. 2K also described the upcoming game as “excessive,” with an emphasis on “take-and-play-style social entertainment, but with enough depth for those who want to get into it.”


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