FANDOM


"Playing on themes of familiarity and vulnerability, this encounter takes place in a typical suburban home. It’s a prime example of destructive depth and replayability, and is one of the showcases for classic siege gameplay."
— Ubisoft Description

House is a map featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege.

It was first shown during the reveal of the game at E3 2014. The map is set to be reworked in the Year 5 Season 2 expansion.

Features

Exterior

APC Area

A potential Attacker spawn point.

Back Alley

Construction Site

A potential Attacker spawn point.

Front Yard

Front Street

Garage Entrance

Garden

Jacuzzi

Patio

Riverdock

A potential Attacker spawn point.

Side Street

A potential Attacker spawn point.

Treehouse Alley

Basement

Depot

Garage

A Potential Location for the Bio Container and one of the Bombs. The other Bomb is located in the Training Room adjacent to the Northeast corner of the room. It has a camera overlooking the garage doors and feature breachable walls to the Northeast and West sides of the room, which can be covered with a total of ten reinforcements. However, there is also a dry wall that, while it cannot be breached, can be used to open a line of sight into the Laundry Room, as well as a blocked doorway that peaked through from both the outside and inside.

Laundry Room

A Potential Location for the Hostage. This room is adjacent to the Garage and Training Room.

Side Stairs - Basement

The Lower Half of the Side Stairs lead into the Laundry Room to the South doorway and the Training Room to the North.

Training Room

A Potential Location for one of the Bombs. The other Bomb is located either in the Garage adjacent to the East of the room or in the Living Room above on the First Floor. To the South of the room is the House's Side Stairs

First Floor

Back Entrance

Dining Room

A Potential Location for the Hostage.

Kitchen

Living Room

A Potential Location for the Bio Container and one of the Bombs. The other Bomb is located in the Training Room below in the Basement.

Lobby

Lobby Stairs - First Floor

Office

Side Stairs - First Floor

Second Floor

Bathroom

Kid's Bedroom

A Potential Location for the Bio Container and one of the Bombs. The other Bomb is located in the Workshop room parallel to it.

Lobby Stairs - Second Floor

Master Bedroom

A Potential Location for the Hostage and the Bio Container. This room is adjacent to the Bathroom and the Kid's Bedroom, with the room being

Side Stairs - Second Floor

Upper Hallway

Workshop

A Potential Location for the Hostage

Situations

This map is used in Situation 2: Suburban Extraction. In this situation, the Operator in question is an FBI SWAT Recruit. The map contains very few terrorists, and only two appear at the extraction location after the Hostage is picked up. The Hostage always appears in the Master Bedroom and always uses the female model. They are also marked from the beginning of the Situation. Additionally, House is modified so that all windows excluding one are not enterable, and the Workshop is blocked by cabinets.

Mad House

Main article: Mad House

Mad House is a unique gamemode and map available for a limited time during the 2018 Halloween season. The map has been revamped to feature Halloween decorations, such as Jack-o-lanterns, gargoyles, and cobwebs. A fog covers most of the map and eerie sounds can be heard. The mode follows the standard Bomb mode, but players are limited to choosing from ten Operators with Halloween-themed skins or the Recruit. The Defenders are Pulse, Jäger, Valkyrie, Mira, and Vigil, and the Attackers are Ash, Thermite, Buck, Hibana, and Finka.

Map Layout

  • Basement
  • Ground
  • 1st Floor
  • Roof

Gallery

Trivia

  • An Alpha version of House was first revealed at the Rainbow Six Siege Gameplay World Premiere at E3 2014, and later shown in the E3 Awards Trailer and in a Developer Gameplay Session on streaming website Twitch.tv on July 17th, 2014, with some changes added after the first revealed version. It should also be noted that the design of this version of the map reflected some early design decisions that were later changed, such as fully destructible floors instead of being restricted to trapdoors.
  • The Alpha version of House featured in-dev wall materials, environment placements and layout changes, though the general layout remained the same. For instance, the bathroom area features a bath instead of a shower. The E3 2014 version has a wall in place of the door between the back staircase and the living room, which was present in the Twitch version. There are more destructible windows in many areas. Notably, a full standing door was present between the training room and the back staircase.
  • The Twitch version showed that the garage side door was clear instead of being blocked off.
  • At the bottom of the "Sculpt Your Body" poster, it says Gym Center. Gym Center is a company from Watch_Dogs.
  • The Octopus toy on top of a toy ship which is in the kid's Bedroom gets bigger when pushed/shot.

Patch Changes

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.