Rainbow Six Siege Leak Shows New Operator in Detail
As the new season for Rainbow Six Siege draws near, Ubisoft has given fans a peek at what's to [...]
The preview of the character went up prematurely on the Ubisoft blog and was quickly taken down. Luckily for us, what goes on the internet stays forever and that is definitely true when looking at what's ahead. Thanks to Reddit, we have a screen grab of the the illusive blog post and for those that can't wait for the new character - a better look at what the future holds.
Grace "Dokkaebi" Nam is another key member of the 707th Special Mission Battalion. Dubbed the "Trickster," she fits in perfectly with the Korean theme for the new content and is teased as one who "dances around firewalls". Her full description can be seen in the screen grab above, but she looks like she's going to be a Grade A badass!
The text is a little hard to read, so here's the breakdown. From the above statement, she's a hacker and she has a wide variety of weaponry at her disposal like the MK 14 EBR Marksman Rife and her secondary C75 Auto and SMG-12. She can easily fluctuate between short range and long range, which is incredibly important.
For more in depth reading, you can see the full ghost post below:
Her fingers dance across the keyboard, the light of the LCD screen underscoring her smirk. Each line of code is a triumph building toward terminal velocity. She dances around firewalls and rewards herself with sips of her third energy drink tonight. She's trying to cut down and four is her concession. She's no brute force thug or clickjacker, and in the short order of a few days, she's finally managed to get inside. With one last click, she carefully taps the [Enter] button and send the words that will either make her, or break her… 'Hello, Rainbow Six.'
Operation White Noise brings you two new operators from the Republic of Korea and the famed 707th Special Mission Battalion. They don't call them 'White Tigers' for nothing and the 707th trains Korea's finest operators under brutal winter conditions. Among them… the cunning Dokkaebi. Before we reveal Dokkaebi's unique abilities during the live stream, we take a look behind the scenes at Korea's preeminent future soldier.
"We wanted an operator who went against type," says Lead Writer Lucien Soulban. "Put an assault rifle in her hand and she's deadly, but use her special ability and the enemy team is in her crosshairs." Nobody understands how to push the boundaries of asymmetrical warfare the way Grace "Dokkaebi" Nam can. She was always a D.I.Y. type of personality, and what she couldn't get her hands on, she built.
She joined the ROK Army's 9th Special Forces Brigade, and her entry into the White Tigers was a rocky journey because of her tendency to irk her pragmatic superiors. Her creative thinking does not follow conventional wisdom but despite this, she's managed to gain Rainbow Six's attention and landed one of the coveted spots because of her skills. Grace has found a home for herself and she's out to prove she belongs here… despite the target on her back.
Grace "Dokkaebi" Nam is an attacker who represents a new breed of operators who hit their target where they aren't expecting it. She brings the Mk 14 EBR Marksman Rifle and the BOSG.12.2 shotgun into the fight as her primary weapons and the C75 Auto and SMG-12 MPs as her secondary. What makes her even more dangerous, however, is her trickster streak, and it can get you killed. Keep checking our blog for more updates on what's coming up and catch the action at the Pro League finals in Sao Paulo, happening November 18th and 19th on twitch.tv/rainbow6.0comments