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The Battle Pass is a microtransaction system featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. The pass rewards players with cosmetics through tier progression. Each Battle Pass features additional information and lore about Rainbow Operators. A test pass, dubbed the "Mini Battle Pass" was released in the Operation Ember Rise expansion. Following the Operation Shifting Tides expansion, all expansions have featured their own Battle Pass.

On February 21nd, 2021, it was announced that the Battle Pass would replace the Season Pass starting with Operation Crimson Heist.[1]

Overview[]

Each Battle Pass features Free and Premium Tracks. Both tracks originally offer different tiers that offer various rewards composed of exclusive customization items, Alpha Packs, currency packs, and boosters. Each Battle Pass offers a different number of tiers and rewards.

The Free Track is available for all players while the Premium Track costs 1200 R6S-credits-icon.png. Should a player purchase the Premium track at a later point, all tiers previously unlocked in the Free track will be automatically unlocked in the Premium Track. The Premium Bundle is also available and immediately unlocks 12 tiers alongside the Premium track and costs 2400 R6S-credits-icon.png. Season Pass holders have a 30% discount on these prices as well as a 30% boost on the amount of Battle Points earned. Starting with Operation Crimson Heist, the new Operator for the season will be the reward for the first tier of the Premium track.

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Progression on a track is obtained through "Battle Points" which are awarded based on performance in completed matches. Battle Points are awarded for completing rounds in multiplayer. Points are not obtained for leaving matches, getting kicked, staying idle, and surrendering.

  • Match Win - 120 Points
  • Match Loss - 100 points
  • Round Win - 60 Points
  • Community Missions - 850 Points
  • Ranked/Unranked matches - +25% bonus

Battle Passes[]

Mini Battle Pass[]

"You've seen me before. Perhaps in the shadows, observing, watching, recording my thoughts. While Six would take the center stage, I was never far behind, whispering my advice as I calculated and planned Rainbow's every step. Now, as I assume the mantle of Six, I can finally set in motion the strategies I have carefully engineered. I know it will take years to unfold, but no matter, I am playing the long game. I will change Rainbow. Forever. Also, please, just call me Harry."
— Harry Pandey

The Mini Battle Pass, also known as Call Me Harry was released on October 15th, 2019 and concluded on October 23rd, 2019. Serving as a test to the main battle pass, it only had seven tiers. It was available for free to all players.

Tier Image Description
2
Harry's Work Charm.PNG Harry's Work
When asked what I do, I often say I am an archaeologist of human emotion. Or a cartographer, carefully mapping my journey through time and space.
4
Harry's Life Charm.PNG Harry's Life
A Grandmaster can see dozens of moves ahead when he looks at the board. I try to look through to the next game. This touchstone is my time machine.
6
Harry's Project Charm.PNG Harry's Project
This is not a plane ticket. It's an invitation for a front row seat to the future of Rainbow. I call it The Program. You may well call it home.
7
Harry Chibi Charm.PNG Harry Chibi
When I was a boy, I invented my own mathematical system call Spectaculous. When they asked, I would tell people it was for mapping my dreams.

Road To S.I. 2020[]

Main article: Road To S.I. 2020

The first Battle Pass was released on January 15th, 2020 for the Road To S.I. 2020 event. 30% of all revenue generated by the Premium Track goes towards the Six Invitational 2020 prize pool. The pass expired at the end of the event on February 16th, 2020.[2]

Around The World[]

Main article: Operation Void Edge

The second Battle Pass, "Around The World", was released during the Operation Void Edge expansion on March 25th, 2020 and concluded on April 22nd, 2020.

Tour De Force[]

Main article: Operation Steel Wave

The third Battle Pass, "Tour De Force", was released during the Operation Steel Wave expansion on June 29th, 2020 and concluded on July 26th, 2020.

Class of Zero[]

The fourth Battle Pass, "Class of Zero", was released during the Operation Shadow Legacy expansion on September 10th, 2020 and concluded on October 19th, 2020.

Road To S.I. 2021[]

Main article: Operation Neon Dawn

The fifth Battle Pass, "Road To S.I. 2021", was released during the Operation Neon Dawn expansion on December 1st, 2020 and concluded on February 22nd, 2021. 30% of revenue from this Battle Pass will go to the Six Invitational 2021 prize pool up to a maximum of 3 million USD. Any amount higher than that will be used to improve esports in Year 6.

Crimson Heist[]

Main article: Crimson Heist

The sixth Battle Pass was released during the Crimson Heist expansion on March 16th, 2021 and concluded on May 25th, 2021.

North Star[]

Main article: North Star

The seventh Battle Pass was released during the North Star expansion on June 14th, 2021 and concluded on August 30th, 2021.

Crystal Guard[]

Main article: Crystal Guard

The eighth Battle Pass was released during the Crystal Guard expansion on September 7th, 2021 and will conclude on November 23rd, 2021.

Gallery[]

Trivia[]

  • The Mini Battlepass was originally supposed to conclude on October 22, 2019. Due to server degradations across all platforms, it was extended by one day.
  • The Class of Zero featured the first 3D weapon skin, which was to Finka's Spear .308.
  • The team captains for SI 2021 were Ash, Capitão, Mira, and Vigil.

References[]

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