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Team Deathmatch, also known as Team Sharpshooter is a gamemode featured in several installments of the Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Franchise. Solo versions of the mode are known as Deathmatch, Sharpshooter, and Free For All.

Past Installments[]

Team Deathmatch is featured in some form across six installments in the series. The gamemode pits teams of sixteen players against one another as they fight to obtain the most amount of kills before the time limit expires. If a player dies, they will respawn randomly around the map.

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Siege[]

Deathmatch is a mulitplayer playlist featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, introduced in the Demon Veil expansion.

Featuring the Team Deathmatch gamemode, it offers a more casual experience for players than other gamemodes.[1][2]

Overview[]

Two teams of five players to obtain the most amount of kills in five minute matches. The first team to obtain 75 kills or have the most kills when the timer expires will be declared the winner.

All owned Operators are available on both teams except Blitz, Montagne, and Clash. Contrary to other gamemodes, Team Deathmatch allows more than one player to use the same Operator. Operators may be changed in the spawn menu. Access to Operator abilities and gadgets are restricted, except for Glaz's Scope. Additionally, all secondary gadgets are available except Nitro Cells and Claymores.

Rules[]

  • Available for all players
  • 5v5 matches
  • Does not affect ranking in Ranked
  • All Operators are available on both teams except Blitz, Montagne, and Clash
  • Access to Operator abilities and gadgets are restricted (except Glaz's Scope)
  • All secondary gadgets are available except Nitro Cells and Claymores
  • Each match is 5 minutes long

Map Rotation[]

The Warm-Up playlist features three maps. Like other playlists, new maps will be periodically added and removed from rotation.

Gallery[]


Trivia[]

In Siege, the Deathmatch playlist was originally called Warm-Up and was initially added to the Test Server during the High Calibre expansion.

References[]

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