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{{Quote|The CTU training grounds of the first and most iconic CTU. This is where SAS agents learn their craft and as such it a patchwork of plywood targets, sandbags, barbed wire and other obstacles. One of the most archetypal examples of siege gameplay.|Ubisoft Description}}
 
{{Quote|The CTU training grounds of the first and most iconic CTU. This is where SAS agents learn their craft and as such it a patchwork of plywood targets, sandbags, barbed wire and other obstacles. One of the most archetypal examples of siege gameplay.|Ubisoft Description}}
'''Hereford Base''' is a map featured in ''[[Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege]]''.
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'''Hereford Base''' is a map featured in ''[[Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege]]''. Formerly a non-flying station of the Royal Air Force from World War II to the end of the 20th century, It was redeveloped for use as a training ground for the [[SAS|Special Air Service]].
   
Formerly a non-flying station of the Royal Air Force from World War II to the end of the 20th century, It was redeveloped for use as a training ground for the [[SAS|Special Air Service]].
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The map was reworked in September 2018 with the release of the ''[[Operation Grim Sky]]'' expansion. This replaced the makeshift training facility with a more traditional brick structure. The [[Kill House#Siege|original map]] is still playable in [[Situations]].
   
==Situations==
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==Overview==
Situation 1: CQC Basics, and Situation 6: Asset Protection both take place on Hereford Base. In both Situations a unique terrorist model is used in place of the White Mask model.
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The purpose of the map rework was to address issues with the map's flow, balancing, and visual thematic. Each floor of the facility now has a larger surface area, with more destructible floors and walls. News starcases and hatches were also added to increase movement between each floor. While the map has a dramatic change in the structure of each room, the general layout is very similar to the original map. The color palette for each floor was also changed in order for rooms to stand out more and provide players an easier way to coordinate strategies with one another.<ref>https://rainbow6.ubisoft.com/siege/en-us/game-info/seasons/grimsky/index.aspx</ref>
 
===CQC Basics===
 
In this Situation, the Operator in question is an [[SAS]] [[Recruit]]. The map is heavily modified to guide the player in the right direction. The player spawns in front of the left gate of the Shooting Range. All entrances to the range are fenced off, and another fence is placed to guide the player to the front entrance, in front of which a terrorist is standing. After entering, the main hallway is blocked by furniture, forcing the player to use the left two rooms to navigate. The bottom floor is also fenced off, and a wall in the further right room is reinforced to prevent players from entering there. At the top, there are two terrorists in the side rooms and three in the barricaded bedroom, the idea being that once the player kills the other two, those three will break out and rush the player. There are 11 enemies in total.
 
 
===Asset Protection===
 
In this Situation, the Operator in question is [[Smoke]]. They are located downstairs in the Armory. The Hostage uses a unique model based on the Recruit. There are only three waves of terrorists as opposed to four, and there are no bombers. There are also fewer Terrorists per wave.
 
 
==Features==
 
*3 Attacker spawning locations
 
**Training Course
 
**Parking Lot
 
**Shooting Range
 
*3 Defender objective locations
 
**[[Bomb]]
 
***Dummy Depot and Storage
 
***Dining Room and Kids Bedroom
 
***TV Room and Kitchen
 
***Briefing Room and Armory
 
**[[Secure Area]]
 
**[[Hostage]]
 
*Camera Locations
 
**Exterior
 
***Shooting Range East Access
 
***Forklift Area
 
**Interior
 
***Storage Corridor (3F)
 
***Corridor (2F)
 
***Corridor I (1F)
 
***Armory (B)
 
*4 Trap Doors*
 
**2F > 1F
 
***Kids Bedroom > Dining Room
 
***Office > Kitchen
 
**1F > B
 
***Kitchen > Maintenance Area
 
***TV Room > Armory
 
*Note that these trap doors are all access points to objective locations below them. Whether you are on the attacking or on the defending side, you should pay close attention to these hotspots.
 
*Red walls are completely destructible and you can navigate through them.
 
   
 
==Map Layout==
 
==Map Layout==
 
<gallery type="slideshow" widths="600" position="center">
 
<gallery type="slideshow" widths="600" position="center">
Hereford_Updated_-1.png|Hereford Base - Basement
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Hereford_Updated_-1.png|Basement
Hereford_Updated_0.png|Hereford Base - First Floor
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Hereford_Updated_0.png|First Floor
Hereford_Updated_1.png|Hereford Base - Second Floor
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Hereford_Updated_1.png|Second Floor
Hereford_Updated_2.png|Hereford Base - Third Floor
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Hereford_Updated_2.png|Third Floor
Hereford_Updated_3.png|Hereford Base - Roof
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Hereford_Updated_3.png|Roof
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
[[File:Rainbow Six - Siege- Hereford Map Guide|centre|thumb|480x480px]]
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Hereford Base Rework 1.jpg
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Hereford Base Rework 2.jpg
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Rainbow Six Siege Operation Grim Sky - Hereford Base Trailer Ubisoft NA
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New HEREFORD BASE Map Gameplay Walkthrough (MASSIVE Changes)
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</gallery>
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==Trivia==
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*The original version of the map was a reimagined version of [[Kill House]].
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{{Maps/R6Siege}}
   
 
==Patch Changes==
 
==Patch Changes==
{{Patch Changes|
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{{Patch Changes|*{{Patch|[[Rainbow Six Siege patches/Patch 4.3.0|Update 4.3.0; September 11, 2019]]|Map removed from Ranked Playlist.}}
 
*{{Patch|[[Rainbow Six Siege patches/Patch 3.3.0|Update 3.3.0; September 4, 2018]]|Map reworked and returned to Ranked Playlist.}}
 
*{{Patch|[[Rainbow Six Siege patches/Patch 3.3.0|Update 3.3.0; September 4, 2018]]|Map reworked and returned to Ranked Playlist.}}
*{{Patch|[[Rainbow Six Siege patches/Patch 2.3.0|Update 2.3.0; September 5, 2017]]|Map removed from Ranked Playlist.}}
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*{{Patch|[[Rainbow Six Siege patches/Patch 2.3.0|Update 2.3.0; September 5, 2017]]|Map removed from Ranked Playlist.}}}}
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{{Maps/R6Siege}}
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==References==
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{{Reflist}}
 
[[Category:Siege Maps]]
 
[[Category:Siege Maps]]
 
[[Category:Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Grim Sky]]
 
[[Category:Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege: Operation Grim Sky]]

Revision as of 14:32, December 27, 2019

For the original version of the map, see Kill House.
"The CTU training grounds of the first and most iconic CTU. This is where SAS agents learn their craft and as such it a patchwork of plywood targets, sandbags, barbed wire and other obstacles. One of the most archetypal examples of siege gameplay."
— Ubisoft Description

Hereford Base is a map featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. Formerly a non-flying station of the Royal Air Force from World War II to the end of the 20th century, It was redeveloped for use as a training ground for the Special Air Service.

The map was reworked in September 2018 with the release of the Operation Grim Sky expansion. This replaced the makeshift training facility with a more traditional brick structure. The original map is still playable in Situations.

Overview

The purpose of the map rework was to address issues with the map's flow, balancing, and visual thematic. Each floor of the facility now has a larger surface area, with more destructible floors and walls. News starcases and hatches were also added to increase movement between each floor. While the map has a dramatic change in the structure of each room, the general layout is very similar to the original map. The color palette for each floor was also changed in order for rooms to stand out more and provide players an easier way to coordinate strategies with one another.[1]

Map Layout

  • Basement
  • First Floor
  • Second Floor
  • Third Floor
  • Roof

Gallery

Trivia

  • The original version of the map was a reimagined version of Kill House.

Patch Changes


References

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