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Rainbow Six Siege Outbreak Unleashes Horrifying New Trailer

Rainbow Six Siege

Rainbow Six Siege will soon be getting a special new Outbreak co-op event, and Ubisoft has provided us not only with a new CGI trailer, which you can see below, but also a bunch of information regarding the types of enemy that you can expect to come across.

Here’s the new trailer for you to feast your eyes on:

As for the new enemies, Ubi has provided a detailed list of what we can expect to see:

Grunts

Grunts are common hostiles that become highly resistant when the parasite detects an enemy presence. To protect its host, the parasite armors its body and becomes more resistant to bullet wounds. Caution and stealth is recommended.

Breachers

Breachers are proximity bombs that crater anything in their path. They make for a very agile opponent, but they launch themselves into the fray and blow holes in indestructible walls. Make sure you are nowhere close to them.

Rooters

Rooters are a rarer type of hostile. They send out coral spikes from the ground to injure and immobilize their targets. Rooters are always on the move and will keep you on edge. Beware when dealing them the final blow; they become extremely lethal when on the brink of death.

Smashers

Smashers are not discreet. The parasite reinforces its body under a massively thick hide, making it practically impervious to bullet wounds. They will also tear down walls without suffering any injuries.

Apex

Apex is at the top of the hostile food chain. It sends waves of hostiles your way rather than attack you head-on. They can hurl blinding projectiles, which can only be countered by Finka and Doc. This opponent is a real test on your team’s communication skills.

Outbreak, the brand new three-player co-op mode across three maps, is set to launch on March 6th.

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