Ubisoft is adding yet more characters to their already massive roster of Operators in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege with the arrival of the newest update Operation Para Bellum. We have already looked at the first one Alibi, and we will now take a look at the second one named Maestro.
Maestro is inspired by explorers from the Italian counter-terrorism unit, Gruppo di Intervento Speciale. His reveal trailer, seen below, unfortunately does not reveal anything about his unique abilities. The best we can guess is that he seems to be making use of a remote turret in the trailer.
His official description reads:
His name is Adriano Martello. Oldest in a family of eight children, he grew up in Rome, but attended the Military Academy of Modena at 18. He then joined the Carabinieri and earned a spot as an Explorer Paratrooper in the 1st Paratrooper Regiment known as Tuscania. After several distinguished tours, Martello qualified for Gruppo di Intervento Speciale (G.I.S.) and participated in joint operations in Iraq, earning a facial scar from a roadside IED. He went into private consultation where his courses quickly became a top-rated operator boot camp for teaching advanced techniques to Tier 3 and Tier 2 units, as well as private military companies.
The Tuscania eventually convinced Martello to re-enlist to help upgrade one of their units to a Tier 2 Special Forces classification, and this enabled him to join Rainbow as a representative of the Italian Units.
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.