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Tower is a map featured in the Operation White Noise expansion for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege.[1]

FeaturesEdit

  • 2 Attacker spawning locations
    • North Roof
    • South Roof
  • 4 Defender objective locations
    • Bomb
      • 2F Gift Shop & Lantern Room
      • 2F Media Center and 2F Exhibit Room
      • 1F Restaurant and 1F Bird Room
      • 1F Tea Room and 1F Bar
    • Secure Area
      • 2F CEO's Office
      • 2F Media Center
      • 1F Restaurant
      • 1F Tea Room
    • Hostage
      • 2F Offices
      • 2F Media Center
      • 1F Restaurant
      • 1F Lounge
  • 9 Trap doors

GalleryEdit

Map LayoutEdit

  • Tower - First Floor
  • Tower - Second Floor

TriviaEdit

  • An ornate case is present on a cabinet in 1F Bird Room. Destroying the top of the ornate case reveals that the case is connected to the cabinet and acts as a disguised opening to it, and the player can then throw a drone into the cabinet. Once inside, the drone can see several books. Destroying the books by jumping the drone on them reveals a hidden drone passage, which leads to a secret Easter Egg area.[2]
  • The Easter Egg area contains a small sculpture that casts a shadow showing the cover art of Rainbow Six Siege from a flashlight near it. The "Ballistic Shield" is adorned with the "6" from the Rainbow Six Siege logo.
  • Multiple chibi operator busts are hidden around the map:
  • A chibi Smoke is hidden inside the Easter Egg area.
  • A chibi Tachanka is hidden under the desk at the 2F Info Booth.
  • A chibi Montagne is hidden on a shelf in the 2F Supply Room.
  • A chibi Ash is hidden inside a whiskey bottle in the 2F CEO's Office.
  • A chibi IQ is hidden behind a breakable surface in the 2F Gift Shop.
  • The name of the tower, as observed in-game and provided by official materials, is Mok Myeok Tower (Hangeul: 목멱 타워).
  • In 1F Kitchen, a cake with the Ubisoft logo, 20 in candles, and the words "Happy Birthday" can be found. Destroying the cake reveals the plate, which has a barcode sticker saying "Made in Montreal" and "1997-2017". The cake commemorates the 20th anniversary of Ubisoft Montreal.

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