CSI Push-Start: Investigating Rainbow Six Siege’s newest tease

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Posted August 11, 2017 by Kamil in Announcements, Gaming News, News, PC, PS4, Xbox One

It was a hot summer evening, kids were playing outside, and seemingly out of nowhere Ubisoft has released a short animation, showcasing a person holding a rifle. Most people thought nothing of it, but my instinct told me that there is more to that animated image than meets the eye. So I decided to investigate further using the world’s most advanced imaging software, MS Paint.

The image in question has been given a tag line ”War is Chaos”, which is in fitting with the game, as since launch Rainbow Six: Siege has been everything but chaotic. However, the tagline is simply there to put you off from looking further into the meaning of all this, but I’m too smart for their tricks.

If you zoom in onto the bottom right part of the image, you’ll see a white eagle which is looking to the left, exactly the same eagle which can be found on Poland’s coat of arms, and its alternate flag.

As you can see, this entire tease is simply there to signify the addition of the Polish G.R.O.M. (PL: Grupa Reagowania Operacyjno-Manewrowego ENG: Group (for) Operational Maneuvering Response) to Rainbow Six: Siege. But if you zoom in further… you’ll realise that it is just a joke, and that it is quite obvious that the teaser in question is simply reminding people that new operators are in-fact coming soon. And that G.R.O.M. will arrive sooner than expected.


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Kamil

My name is Kamil, and I'm the 'Feature Man'. I write news, and reviews just like everybody else, however, feature articles are my true forte. And this is not because I'm another self-centered, pseudo-intellectual games journalist, but because there are many discussion worthy matters which go unnoticed in the flurry of other video-game related articles. If you want to read more of my #HotTakes and #Opinions, or if you simply want to fight me over the internet, you can follow me on Twitter @Kama_Kamilia.


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