Rainbow Six Siege Year 7 Roadmap reveal coming this month

rainbow six siege year 7 roadmap

Rainbow Six Siege Year 7 is fast approaching with Ubisoft set to unveil its 2022 roadmap for the tactical shooter later this month.

The publisher has promised at look at what’s to come with the potential for new maps, operators, and modes coming in the near future.


A Rainbow Six Siege Year 7 Season 1 preview panel will take place on February 19th during the Six Invitational 2022. This will be followed by a Year 7 roadmap presentation on February 20th, right before the Six Invitational 2022 Grand Final. Details on this year’s tournament can be found further down.

Ubisoft has yet to reveal any Y7S1 details though we’ll likely see a teaser video ahead of its big reveal. This should also give us a release date for Rainbow Six Siege Year 7 Season 1. For the past few years, debut seasons have typically dropped in early to mid March.

As with any new season, there is no shortage of alleged leaks surrounding new content and operator balances. One source, benjaminstrike, has reported that Y7S1 will be called Operation Demon Veil and will introduce new operator Azami who, according to a now-deleted Reddit leak, uses high tech throwing knives as their unique gadget.

Other details from benjaminstrike hint at a Goyo rework as well as what’s included in the upcoming Rainbow Six Siege Year 7 Pass.

Six Invitational 2022 – What You Need To Know

The competition will kick off with the Group Stage, where the 20 qualified teams will be divided into 4 groups of 5 teams, with the top 4 teams from each group advancing to the Playoffs.

  • 8th – 12th February: Group Stage.
  • 14th – 16th February & 18th – 19th February: Playoffs, with a rest day on 17th February.
  • 20th February: Grand Final.

Here are the 20 teams that will compete during the Six Invitational 2022:

  • Team oNe Esports (Latin America)
  • Team BDS (Europe)
  • Team Liquid (Latin America)
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas (Latin America)
  • Soniqs (North America)
  • Oxygen Esports (North America)
  • FaZe Clan (Latin America)
  • Elevate (Asia-Pacific)
  • Natus Vincere (Europe)
  • Spacestation Gaming (North America)
  • Team Empire (Europe)
  • DarkZero Esports (North America)
  • DWG KIA (Asia-Pacific)
  • FURIA Esports (Latin America)
  • SANDBOX GAMING (Asia-Pacific)
  • Rogue (Europe)
  • Cyclops athlete Gaming (Asia-Pacific Qualifier)
  • MNM Gaming (European Qualifier)
  • TSM FTX (North American Qualifier)
  • MIBR (Latin American Qualifier)

Check back for more details on when and where you can catch the Year 7 reveal livestream.

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