Fans might have deduced the identity of a few of the new operators coming into Rainbow Six Siege. If the new concept is correct, it'll be none other than Nomad from Ghost Recon Wildlands, which Buy R6 credits
will indicate the first time a operator in Siege has been a character from the other game.
The theory centres on the recent and currently live tie-in occasion between Wildlands and Siege, which sees Twitch teaming up with the Ghosts to monitor former Operative Caveira. Furthermore, Ubisoft previously demonstrated something about the new Operator's past which syncs with Nomad's history.
As part of a Year 3 recap back in November, Ubisoft said that among the next two Rainbow Six Siege Operators are from Scotland Yard in the UK, while the other could be from Delta Force by the US. Sparked by the recent Wildlands crossover event, fans spotted that, according to his official bio, Anthony'Nomad' Perryman was really once a part of Delta Force before getting a stunt.
It is well worth reading through the entire Reddit post, but obviously it's all just fan speculation. At the minimum, thanks to a datamining user we are pretty sure one of those next two operators will carry a blowtorch, and so will probably be a brand new hard breacher for your Wikipedia
game -- an important addition, as it implies attackers won't necessarily be funneled into particular avenues toward goals anymore.Most of all, though, are the two newest Operators joining Rainbow: defender Clash, and attacker Maverick.