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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lone Wolf is a Playstation-exclusive game released in 2002. It has a different gameplay style and is considered a hard game. It is a short game, with only five missions, making it the length of Rainbow Six: Eagle Watch.

Publisher's summary[]

As rumors of American weapons being smuggled into Russia grow, Ding Chavez, Rainbow's best field operative, is sent to Norway to pick up the trail of his new terrorist threat. It's going to be a cold day in hell! Discover a world of counterterrorism with this game that is exclusive to PS One.


In Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six you saved civilization as we know it.

Unfortunately, civilization as we know it can be a terrible mess. Often its a mess in dark, faraway places, when reason fails and desperate men threaten the lives of innocents. Rainbow's mission still stands: correct these wrongs while diplomats dither.

After their many successes in the field, the Rainbow team has entered a period of slow growth and training.

Now, without warning a new threat has appeared...

Operation Lone Wolf[]

A convicted terrorist has contacted Intelligence, informing them he has information on American weapons being smuggled into Russia. Requesting a meeting in Norway with a lone operative to avoid arousing suspicion, the powers that be choose Ding Chavez. His profile fits this case perfectly.


  1. Operation Arctic Phoenix - January 25, 2001
  2. Operation Silent Shelter - January 26, 2001
  3. Operation Rapid Fox - January 26, 2001
  4. Operation Stone Feather - January 28, 2001
  5. Operation Cold Talon - January 30, 2001

Plot Summary[]

Xander Theissan, a convicted terrorist, has contacted Rainbow and informed them about a weapons smuggling operation. Ding Chavez was chosen to meet him. After Theissan was captured, Chavez rescues him and then assaults the terrorist base.