After weeks of endless hints and thrills, Ubisoft unveiled details of the fourth and final content of Rainbow Six Siege in its third year, "Operation Wind Bastion", an addition that Arab players are especially waiting for, as it provides the first Arab characters to experience Since the title was released in December 2015.
Through the official Ubisoft blog, the update of Operation Wind Bastion is now available for download on the main devices, solving a range of character and play-related problems, and for the first time two Moroccan customers, Kaid, It carries an electric device to prevent attackers from penetrating the doors, while attacking Nomad possesses the ability to exploit the wind to get rid of its enemies apparently.
Features included in the main update for the fourth season of the third year
In addition to the new content, Wind Bastion offers a major update that includes the following features:
Complete translation of lists and dialogues of the Arabic language.
A redesigned store within the game to improve the player's experience. For example, the store will display a full-screen display of weapons, a light-colored feature, as well as the ability to navigate left and right in categories, along with many other changes.
Rolling curves are updated to make gear throwing easier and more comfortable when used. All of the disposable equipment now uses this new curve with the exception of the "nitrogen bomb", which will be classified under a different category called "heavy throw".
An optional "impact zone" for Kaid and Nomad clients is designed to help new players better understand the impact area when deploying hardware, which will only be visible to the client deploying the hardware. This feature can be disabled from game settings.
Last but not least, in addition to technical fixes and game fixes, players can expect changes to the Playlist in the "Matching Game Map Options" and "Normal Match Map Options."
Updating Ubisoft is of interest to Arab players as it offers support for Arabic for the first time through the translation of lists and dialogues, not to mention the existence of a new map known as the "Fortress" in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, offering a vast space and a wide variety of settings.