Rainbow Six Siege has launched the new season Crimson Heist on the live servers, and with it came the all-new Battle Pass.
The new Crimson Heist Battle Pass will be replacing Siege’s long-running Year-Pass system, which means the newly introduced operators will now be included in the first tier of the Battle Pass system.
The new operator ‘Flores‘ will be immediately unlocked, alongside an exclusive bundle when you buy the Premium Track. However, this is not the only way to unlock the new operator. If you do not want to buy the Battle Pass, the new operator will become obtainable for 25000 Renown or 600 R6 Credits starting on March 30th.
The Crimson Heist Battle Pass is packed with lots of amazing in-game cosmetics. With 100 tiers and two tracks of items, players will be able to earn a total of 131 items, which is a great improvement compared to the first few Battle Passes of Rainbow Six Siege. The new Battle Pass also includes two Exclusive seasonal skins at Tier 98 and 100.
And just like the previous Battle Pass system, the newest “Crimson Heist” battle pass will follow the same multi-tier battle pass system, consisting of two tracks: the “Free” track and the “Premium” track. The Premium track of the Battle Pass costs 1200 R6 credits, while the PREMIUM BUNDLE which immediately unlocks the first 12-tiers, will cost players 2400 credits.
However, with the Year Pass now being removed, players can no longer enjoy the 30% discount on the Battle Pass purchase and also the 10% discount in the R6 store.
When does Crimson Heist Battle Pass end?
Crimson Heist Battle Pass will run from March 16th to May 24th, 2021. Once it finishes all the items will be gone for good, so make sure to grab all the items before the time expires.
Rainbow Six Siege is set to have a free weekend, starting March 18th. So here’s the chance to try out all the new content introduced with Y6S1 Crimson Heist for free.
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