Two skins featuring WWE icons The Undertaker and Becky Lynch may be coming to Rainbow Six Siege soon, according to a recent leak.
According to the picture posted by well-known Rainbow Six Siege data miner “lungru r6” on Telegram (via Imgur), skins featuring WWE superstars would soon be available in the game. The Undertaker’s skin may be for Blackbeard, while Becky Lynch’s may be for Thorn, according to the speculations. However, Ubisoft has yet to officially address any of the rumors.
The WWE Skins Mania
Some Fall Guys skins also included prominent WWE figures including The Undertaker, Xavier Woods, and Asuka.
WWE Superstars have become quite popular when it comes to video game skins, which has been shown through a large number of new features. Although they cannot perform choke slams, piledrivers and other finishers within the game, playing as John Cena or The Undertaker must be incredibly fun.
No one can confirm with certainty where the limit is when it comes to collaborations with mainstream celebrities, and it is more than certain that WWE superstars opened the way not only for colleagues from the world of professional wrestling, but also from other sports.
Fans like it, the celebrities like it, and the gaming companies like it. It’s a win-win for everybody, and for now, there is no reason why this trend shouldn’t continue in the future. The impact of celebrity skins is yet to be measured, as they have pulled in so many new players who would probably not even try the game if it wasn’t for their favorite celebrities.
Rainbow Six Siege Updates
Regarding Rainbow Six Siege, a fresh update was simply released yesterday. Update Y7S3.1 was released, and among the modifications it made were numerous crosshair and gun problem fixes as well as some audio and visual glitches.
The size of the update varies depending on the platform that players are using, from 1 to 1.6 GB. Visit Rainbow Six Siege’s official Steam page for the complete patch notes to learn more.
The original version of Rainbow Six Siege was published in 2015 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. In 2020, its PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions were released.