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15 May 2018, 09:47 | Jodi Jackson
Full DLC Operation Para Bellum which in addition to Ubisoft will present on 19 and 20 may
In an act that demonstrated their continued support for the surprisingly enjoyable game, Ubisoft announced that Siege will receive a new map based on a luxurious Tuscan villa, appropriately dubbed Villa.
The land belongs to the Vinciguerra, a risky crime family known for their smuggling activities.
Per Gamespot, the new map is called the Villa, and it takes place within an Italian countryside.
Rainbow Six Siege'sOperation Para Bellum is set in Italy, as you've no doubt seen in the Villa map reveal, and the first operator is an Italian. Are you looking forward to jumping into Operation Para Bellum? This new trailer is a short introduction for one of the new Italian operators, Aria de Luca. The map will also come equipped with rare art pieces featured throughout the home, and lavish decorations adorning the walls and halls of the well furnished house.
A full reveal of Villa is scheduled for May 19-20th, where it will be shown off at Rainbow 6 Siege's Pro League Finals.
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