First Rainbow Six Siege DLC delayed until February 2nd

The first DLC for Rainbow Six Siege has been delayed, though only for little while. Instead of the end of January, we can expect it next month.

Published Mon, Jan 4 2016 12:02 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:02 PM CST

The first DLC for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, as part season one or Operation Black Ice, has been delayed for season pass holders until February 2nd, a slight delay if anything.

First Rainbow Six Siege DLC delayed until February 2nd |

Originally the new content, which includes new operators from the Canadian Joint Task Force 2 Counter-Terrorism unit, a new map and some new weapon skins, was originally planned for release on January 26th for those that have purchased a season pass.

Ubisoft confirmed the slight delay on Twitter while answering a question from a fan, and they reiterated that season pass holders merely have early access to the new content, and everything will be available for free for all players of the game. If you're a PC gamer, we highly recommend downloading the Ultra HD texture pack while waiting for the DLC to arrive.


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