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Operation Burnt Horizon now available in Rainbow Six: Siege

A new trailer has been released to remind us of the Australian Operators and map, but there are other changes coming too.

Last month we got to get an early taste of Operation Burnt Horizon's content landing in Rainbow Six: Siege as the first season of Year 4 (a preview of which you can see here), and now Ubisoft has released a brand new trailer to remind us that Burnt Horizon has now landed in the game after many weeks in the test servers.

Year 4 Pass owners get access to the new Operators - Mozzie and Gridlock - starting today, while everyone else can unlock them as of March 13. The Outback map, however, is available now, as well as the update that brings other changes affecting lean spamming and other tweaks.

When we were in Montreal looking at the Year 4 content we also got a glimpse of everything that's coming further ahead this year, as you can see in our 2019 preview, so check that out if you want an insight into what to expect past Burnt Horizon.

As revealed on Twitter this patch will be pretty sizeable, because the team has worked to optimise the game and reduce the overall file size, meaning this one download will be large to increase efficiency moving forwards. PC players will have to download 54 GB, while PS4's update is 33 GB and Xbox is 38 GB.

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