The best hired guns in the business have received their biggest content drop to date as Season One of free-to-play tactical shooter Rogue Company begins. While the game is still free, a couple of paid options have arrived on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC. Let’s take a look at the Battle Pass, the brand new Rogue, and what your money can buy.
Rogue Company’s new playable Rogue is Kestrel. She’s one of the founding members of Rogue Company and has been retired for quite a while, until now. The elite organization really needs her back in the fold to even the playing field against the Jackal. As a true professional, Kestrel has answered the call. Armed with two new automatic weapons and the active ability to unleash self-driven rocket-firing drones make her a force to be reckoned with. In terms of passive boosts, she uses her reputation for excellence by claiming extra cash every time a target is downed.
Additionally, Kestrel is the first to make use of a new perk, Resupply. This causes eliminated enemies to drop a supply kit which refills all purchased Gadgets – a truly lethal tool in the hands of creative thinkers. She can be unlocked for free just by playing games just like her existing counterparts, or you can pay for the Year 1 Pass for £19.99. The Year 1 Pass entitles you to immediate access to Kestrel as well as the next seven upcoming Rogues. Furthermore, it credits you with 500 Rogue Bucks, a North Star Phantom Legendary Outfit, and other cosmetics.
Also out right now in-game is the Season One Battle Pass, providing the opportunity to unlock 50 cosmetic items radiating danger, attitude and sometimes both. Hellfire Protocol Scorch supervises the operations as the ultimate reward to attain. You can progress through the Season One Battle Pass simply by playing, with many items being absolutely free; including account boosters, an all-new type of reward exclusive to the Battle Pass. There is more for anyone who purchases the Premium Pass though, priced at 1000 Rogue Bucks. Expect things like an instant reward for The Fixer, a new outfit the notorious Atlanta-based sniper.
If you’re looking to spend cash, take note of the Rogue Edition which is now available for £19.99. It unlocks all eight playable Rogues from last year and presents you with 500 Rogue Bucks. Whatever you decide to pick up, be sure to let us know via the comments section below!