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Rainbow Six Siege Grand Larceny Guide – Beginners Tips & How to Play

Valuable Loots on the line

Rainbow Six Siege Grand Larceny Event unlocked on May 5, 2020. If you had not yet started playing this then here is complete info on this limited-time event. Available for two weeks, The Grand Larceny event brings up some valuable loots you cannot miss. There are certain rules to follow to participate and also learn about the new rewards you can unlock during the event. So let’s begin with Rainbow Six Siege Grand Larceny Guide.

Rainbow Six Siege Grand Larceny Beginners Guide

Part of Year 5 Season 1, Grand Larceny event is inspired by a dapper gangster of the 1920s. There is a free mode called The Stolen Goods where only Shotguns are allowed to use as a primary weapon. Players have to grab the cash-filled safes first to compete. Here are more details on the event.

When Rainbow Six Siege Grand Larceny Event Ends?

Starting on May 5, Grand Larceny Event will end on May 19, 2020. During this two week periods, Rainbow Six Siege player can take part in action pack challenging heist to claim their prize.

What is Stolen Goods?

A modified version of the old Hereford Base Map, Stolen Good is the place where you will fight. Breakable floors will throw you off the ground right in front of the enemies. So beware before stepping on anything. As shotgun your primary weapons, you will need to make way near to the enemies. And if you find yourself surrounded shoot the ground to break the floors, or heard a footstep then shoot the ceiling. There are no hostages, no bomb to defuse, neither there is any area to guard. In Stolen Goods, you will have to be either the defender of the Safeboxes or Attacker. You will win rounds by defeating the opponents.

How to play Rainbow Six Siege Grand Larceny Event?

There is no special requirement to enter the Grand Larceny event. You can play it directly, two teams are competing with each other. First are the Attackers and second are the Defenders. There will be safely willed with cash, the Defenders, as usual, will have to guard this case and Attackers will have to take it.

There is no Prep Phase in this mode, also players are not allowed to use Attacker Drones. Skills are everything here. Teamwork and strategy is all you need to survive. So when you in maintain your communication and inform other players about enemies movement.

What are the available operators in this event?

Grand Larceny Operators

All operators are available, but only 10 have access to custom-tailored duds. The list is below, some outfits are unlocked when you play the Stolen Goods, while some are lootable through Grand Larceny Packs. The packs are the reward of Special Event Challenges. You can also buy outfits with Renown or R6 Credits.

Attackers

  • Amaru
  • Fuze
  • Gridlock
  • Hibana
  • Maverick

Defenders

  • Echo
  • Maestro
  • Kaid
  • Wamai
  • Warden

There are in total of 31 items to unlock. Players can also unlock Roaring Riches bundles during the event. This pack comes with Deco Artistry signature weapon skin and the Crafted Six charm. You can only unlock these cosmetics during the limited-time event that is before May 19, 2020.

Can I buy Grand Larceny Pack?

Grand Larceny Rewards

There are two ways to get Grand Larceny pack in Rainbow Six Siege, first, you can either play Event Challenges that will reward your prizes from the pack. Or you can simply buy it from the home screen for 300 R6 Credits or 12500 Renown each. The Roaring Riches Bundle will be also available at a cost, it contains Deco Artistry signature weapon skin and the Crafted Six charm.

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