He is a medium armored operator equipped with three Compound Z8 remote gas grenades. Playing Valkyrie, who can quickly place her cameras and focus on defense, is easier by comparison. Mira has the potential to hugely weaken an attacking force, but she can do more harm than good in the hands of an inexperienced player--popping the mirror at the wrong time or allowing an enemy Twitch drone to do so for you can pierce a huge hole in your own defense. They can also disorient enemies and prove to be incredibly useful when defending a rush or denying a plant. The way shields interact with melee and operators at close range is still pretty buggy, so expect wonky behavior and occasional unfair deaths. Ela Ela hit Rainbow Six: Siege in September 2017 and is arguably the best defensive operator in the game. Still, taking the second place slot isn't bad.
Choosing Hibana over other hard breachers like Thermite or Maverick comes down to range. When she was tasked with a high-stakes money exchange during a kidnapping situation, however, she realized how limited her means were. His Yokai drones can jump up and stick to the ceiling to enter a cloaked mode. Which Are The Best Operators in Rainbow 6 Siege? She has the advantage over Thermite of ranged breaching, and she gets three clusters of pellets to Thermite's two, so you can punch more holes in the enemy defense. Until Being Recruited By Rainbow. Her three Black Eye cameras can be placed anywhere on the map and provide clear color picture and near-360 degree views of the map. Despite this, his remote-activated poison smoke canisters are an excellent way to cut off doorways and gas out an attacker planting the defuser.
Where he falters is with his mediocre weapon choices. Simply carve a line across the top and bottom of a reinforced wall and have your support bash through it. Defenders are still inclined to stand still during the scan, but it now it's over in a couple of seconds. Maverick is more efficient when he sneaks up to the walls and makes holes for him to get some kills from. Gadget: Breach Charge You usually can never go wrong with a breach charge. He's therefore useful in a push to force the opposition into a corner. Ying: Ying also works will with Lion, seeing a trend yet? These proximity mines are fired from a rifle-mounted launcher and, when triggered by an enemy, propel them onto the ground.
Especially with the recent buffs to Blitz, his movement speed being a massive buff, he has become a strong enough operator to become one of the only operators to use a shield and be effective. He's far more balanced now and serves a real use, but he's still boring to play as. His win rate has dropped a bit since last season, overtaken by our new top Operator, which makes a bit of sense. The worst-looking operators: Montagne has to take the cake here, his face reminds me of the derp Cheki breki picture of the YouTube channel Life of Boris. Unless you feel like a smoke grenade will go nicely with your strategy then I say go for it. A guide created through observation of season 7 competitive games detailing the operator choices and equipment choices. These are best deployed in positions where you can strafe sideways as they allow you to safely line up shots or prep Nitro Cells.
Smoke is another Operator who excels when time is running out for an attacking squad. The highest picked Defense Operators are Jager, Lesion, Valkyrie, and Doc. She can also be difficult to play against. His trip mines mounted on doors and windows are easier than ever to step into. If the enemy team is favoring Lion or Dokkaebi, placing jammers at common anchoring points will nip their gadgets in the bud. For this list I'm looking at the top three Operators from the Attacking and Defending sides as of Operation: Burnt Horizon, partially based on Ubisoft's most recent Designer's Notes on character pick and win rates, and partially on my own experience which lines up pretty closely. The gas deals 15 points of damage every half-second, making Smoke a viable option in every match.
Thanks to tactics like Bandit-tricking — waiting for Thermite to place his charge and using the sound cue to figure out where the Exothermic Charge is before placing the Shock Wire and destroying it — a skilled Bandit can completely deny a Thermite and Thatcher attack. Zofia Zofia is a particularly powerful support operator. A means she now only has five shocks per drone so you'll have to pick your targets carefully, but she remains a potent weapon in any attacking force. Joining the ranks of Vigil and Jäger, Mozzie can bring along a compact assault rifle with his Commando 9. It's easy to see why, as she's a very feast or famine Operator.
Since only one player can pick any one operator, you may find that someone has beaten you to selecting your favourite. They will get you more kills than you think. These choices are only my opinion and not a. All jokes aside, Tachanka looks so damn cool that he was the first operator I ever bought in the game. Especially with Glaz's old buff allowing him to see through smokes, this can be especially effective for attacking with one on your team. Like Cav, Vigil can now use his ability on a shorter cooldown; a bonus especially handy when multiple drones are trying to pin down his location. Rainbow 6 Siege Best Attacker Loadouts Maverick Best Loadout Maverick — Ranked in the top 2% in intelligence.
Stun Grenade: By throwing it into an objective room, you can blind a team however for experienced players who know exactly where their crosshair is and where you can breach from, it can be effective but not that much because they'll just start spraying where you intend to push in from. Likewise, both breaching charges and frag grenades are highly useful and sought after equipment with versatility and utility matched by few Attacking gadgets. Primary Weapon: L85A2 Assault Rifle The L85A2 is really your only option here. Hibana: Hibana is considered a hard breaching operator due to her ability to breach reinforced walls. This can be quite the daunting task as every operator is so drastically different thanks to their special ability. Her one saving grace is the D50 desert eagle sidearm, which can now attach a suppressor or muzzle break. Placing her mirrors in smart locations can take valuable time away from the attackers, but she also sports a powerful kit.
The M249 is the same weapon brought by Capitão, except hers is magazine-fed. Jäger carries three Active Defense Systems that can be affixed to walls and floors. Rainbow 6 Siege is more complex than your average shooter. In Phantom Sight, her previously unwieldy D50 desert eagle is a more versatile sidearm compatible with the muzzle brake and suppressor. Her concussion mines can make the difference if the attackers are making a last-minute push, but often rounds don't even get to that stage, so it's rare you'll even be able to utilize their dizzying effects.