Operation Vector Glare is now going on after a short delay. Year 7 Season 2 has been a bit of a mixed bag. Players were a little let down by Sens, and the new Shooting Range mode didn’t do much for them.
It’s not surprising that people who play Rainbow Six Siege are already thinking about Year 7 Season 3. When will it come out, and what will it have?
What Will Happened in Season 3 of Rainbow Six Siege Year 7?
So far, we don’t know much about Year 7 Season 3, not even its name. It will have a story mode and an arcade mode, but we don’t know what they are yet. Also in its second phase will be the reputation system.
There was also supposed to be a new competitive map, but the creators have said that it will be put off. Now, it will come out in Season 4.
“This will give [Singapore] more time and love to make it bigger and bolder than any map you’ve seen in Rainbow Six Siege before,” said Creative Director Alexander Karpazis.
Update Time and File Size for Rainbow Six Siege Year 7 Season 3
Depending on the platform you use, Rainbow Six Siege will be taken offline for maintenance to install the new update at a different time.
At 9:00 a.m. ET, or 13:00 UTC, which is 2:00 p.m. in the UK, PC users on Steam, the Ubisoft Store, Google Stadia, and Amazon Luna will be able to play.
The Xbox game will be taken down at 10:00 am ET, which is 14:00 UTC or 3 pm UK time.
Last but not least, PlayStation owners will have to stop playing their games for a short time at 11:00 ET, which is 15:00 UTC or 4 pm UK time.
Each format is expected to be down for about an hour, and the update should be live as soon as the maintenance is done.
Again, the size of the update patch will depend on the platform you use. Below, you can see how much you’ll need to save:
- Steam: Base 45GB, HD 71.5GB
- Ubisoft Store: Base 39.36GB, HD 66.71GB
- Xbox Series X|S: 33.47GB
- Xbox One: 30.50GB
- PlayStation 5: 33.69GB
- PlayStation 4: 59.59GB
When Season 3 of Rainbow Six Siege Year 7 Comes Out and Who the New Operator is:
Ubisoft has said that the new season will start for real on September 6.
As promised, another new Operator is being added to the game this season. This time, it’s a Singaporean man named Grim.
Grim is an Attacker class character, and he is said to be an expert at survival and scouting. He has a Kawan Hive Launcher system that can send bee bots flying into the air.
Aside from giving Nicholas Cage bad dreams, these bees will give away the location of anyone who has to walk through them. He also has a P229 and a 552 Commando or SG-CQB as his primary and secondary weapons, respectively.
Grim seems like he’ll change the game for attackers by making it harder for Defenders to hide. It’ll be interesting to see how the community reacts.
The New Map Won’t Come Out Until Y7s4, but the Stadium is Here to Stay.
The Year 7 Season 3 map release, which was supposed to happen at the beginning of the year, has been pushed back three months to the final update of 2022.
But to make up for it, Ubisoft is adding a new competitive map called Stadium. Coastline and Border, which used to only be available during events, will soon be available on all playlists.
Developer Josam L. Rene said that the map was changed a little bit for ranked play: “We turned up the lights so it’s not as dark and spread out the spawns so they’re all the same number.”
The gameplay for Rainbow Six Siege Year 7 Season 3 may be viewed in the video that can be found below.