Rainbow Six Siege’s latest Operation, Operation Vector Glare, has its own Battle Pass. However, players are wondering if it is worth buying.
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How much does the Rainbow Six Siege Premium Battle Pass cost?
The Rainbow Six Siege Premium Battle Pass costs 1,200 R6 credits.
You can also spend more R6 Credits to unlock various levels without playing, which will instantly unlock a number of cosmetics for you.
Operation Vector Glare Battle Pass includes 17 new skins, most of them inspired Wolfguard team.
Experimental unit of Doc and Rook the gun skin may be one of the best and only appears in the fifth tier of the Premium Battle Pass. Including a strange yellow cable on the left side of the weapon and the Team Wolfguard logo, this pistol is different from the others.
The vast majority of weapon skins in the Battle Pass follow a very similar design, combining blue and dark shades. It is worth noting that some of these skins include a quote from a Team Wolfguard operator, providing the player with interesting information.
Operation Vector Glare’s Battle Pass also includes some brownish skins, which aren’t very popular in Siege – players usually prefer colorful designs.
Last but not least, Pulse and Castle’s Threat Assessment skin. It is the final skin of the Battle Pass, as it is included in the last level.
Overall, I think these Battle Pass skins are far behind Operation Demon Veil’s Battle Pass skins. Ubisoft’s idea of using tradition as the basis of the skin has limited their options, leading to boring designs.
Fixing skins for the Vector Glare operation
Operation Vector Glare includes three different accessory skins, these are as follows:
You can only equip this accessory skin on Doc’s and Rook’s P90, as it is part of the Experimental Unit kit.
Azure Ward is Operation Vector Glare’s universal accessory skin, which means you can equip it with any accessory in the game.
Finally, the Pulse and Castle Threat Assessment Skin. Pairs with the Battle Pass Tier 100 skin and can only be used for the UMP45.
The Vector Glare operator card backgrounds are great, but these are another example of Ubisoft’s laziness. The first, third and fifth look almost identical. The same happens with the second and fourth. Perhaps, the best are the two at the end of the list, with the defensive scheme being the only background of the universal operator card.
While the card backgrounds might be lazy, the operator portraits are very well designed. These are arguably some of the best portraits in the game, possibly better than any we’ve seen in Veil Demon Operator.
Operation Vector Glare Battle Pass includes many other cosmetics such as charms, uniforms and headgear. These are some of our favorites:
Doc looks really good here! He is the leader of Team Wolfguard, so a Doc uniform was a must in this season’s Battle Pass.
Melusi’s headgear might be the best in the Battle Pass. Filled with golden details, it has a striking look.
Well, despite the negative comments, we still think it’s a great idea to purchase the Operation Vector Glare Battle Pass.
Note that the purchase of the Premium Battle Pass costs only 1,200 R6 Credits, which is around 10 euros or 10.5 dollars. In Rainbow Six Siege, that amount of money unlocks only one pack or even just one gun skin. With 100 levels, it’s crazy how many cosmetics you can unlock with just 1,200 R6 credits.
You also have access to the Bravo Packs, which can give you some of the best skins in the entire game, including the Black Ice.
So while some skins or cosmetics may seem boring or lazy, it’s still a great buy.