If you’re one of those players that likes to support your favourite game in any way possible, and your favourite game is that of Rainbow Six Siege, then right about now you’ll be sat high upon a sizeable wardrobe lined with more virtual outfits than you probably have in your actual home, staring down at a wallet that no longer holds enough money for you to enjoy. If you thought however you were done, then think again, as the ever-popular Pro League series and the r6 boosting services are back once more and with it comes yet more outfits for some of the finest marksman out there.
The latest Pro League series brings the usual set of four outfits to the game, with new options available for Kaid, Maverick, Nomad and Clash on Xbox One and PS4.
Should you want to get involved in all of these, then you can do so for a cut price of £12.79 for all four options with a purchase of the Pro League All Sets pack. Individually they’ll set you back a pricey £6.39 each, but what do you get for your money?
In each option, players will get an exclusive gold Chibi Charm of the character themselves to line their favourite weaponry with, however each individual set also brings a uniform, headgear and a weapon skin for the chosen characters.
The Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege: Pro League Kaid Set brings Kaid’s Gold Chibi Charm, the Celestial Glory uniform, the Monarch headgear set and the Halcyon Flux weapon skin for his AUG A3 machine gun.
The Pro League Maverick set on the other hand brings Maverick’s Gold Chibi Charm, a Celestrial Glory uniform, Alchemist headgear and Halcyon Flux Weapon skin for his epic M4.
The Nomad Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Pro League set brings Nomad’s Gold Chibi Charm, Celestial Glory uniform, Sightseer headgear and Halcyon Flux weapon skin for the AK-74M machine gun.
And for the final option The Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Pro League set brings Clash’s Gold Chibi charm, Celestial Glory uniform, Challenger headgear and Halcyon Flux weapon skin for the SPSMG9 submachine gun and the CCE Shield, making it possibly the slightly better option of all four thanks to the additional option for the shield.
Of course, as mentioned before the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Pro League All Sets option brings all four outfits and accessories together for the price of £12.79 and brings an overall saving if you want to own each and every one of the expensive near label sized clothing options.
They aren’t cheap, but they are pretty cheerful when you jump into battle with a unique look. Will you be getting involved in the latest clothing wears available in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege? Let us know in the comments below or via our usual social channels.
And if you haven’t played Rainbow Six Siege yet, why not? Take in our full review and get yourself sorted!