Operator Alibi Announced For Rainbow Six Siege

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Ubisoft has finally revealed the two new operators that will be coming to their game Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege with the arrival of the newest update Operation Para Bellum. They are named Maestro and Alibi, and both of them are defenders.

First up is Alibi, who was inspired by the infiltration specialists in the Italian Raggruppamento Operativo Speciale unit, a Special Operations Group of the Italian Military. Her name is Aria de Luca, and from the reveal trailer below, we can see that her specialty will be creating multiple holographic clones of herself.

Her official character description reads:

She was born in Tripoli, Libya and immigrated with her family when she was three years old. Her father managed a small ordnance manufacturer, using his contacts to open up exports. De Luca earned her understanding of Italian firearms through the family business and training on the shooting range. At 18, Aria entered the European Championships, and won gold in two divisions. Following the event, a Carabinieri recruiter convinced her to join the police force.

 

De Luca’s precision shooting skills shot her up the ranks, and she served for a time with the elite Raggruppamento Operativo Speciale in fighting organized crime. She eventually earned a spot in the Gruppo Intervento Speciale (G.I.S.), and following a successful operation in Afghanistan despite being separated from her unit, she was singled out for undercover work in organized crime. She infiltrated the Vinciguerra Crime Family and spent several years among them before bringing them down from the inside.

More information about Operation Para Bellum will be revealed from May 19-20th over at twitch.tv/rainbow6.

Rainbow Six Siege is available now on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and the PC. The game will also be getting a free weekend from May 17-20th on all three platforms.

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