Master Chief, you mind telling me what you're doing in Rainbow Six: Siege?

Ubisoft has announced that a Master Chief skin is now available in Rainbow Six Siege as a cosmetic makeover for Sledge via a Halo crossover.

Master Chief, you mind telling me what you're doing in Rainbow Six: Siege?
Tom West

Tom West


Master Chief is taking a break from saving the day in Halo Infinite to help out your squad in Rainbow Six Siege, or more specifically, to give Sledge a bit of a makeover. The latest Rainbow 6 crossover introduces a Master Chief-themed cosmetic bundle to the Rainbow Six Siege store, which packs in headgear and uniform cosmetics, weapon and gadget skins, and more.

The Halo series is no stranger to a good crossover, which most recently saw Spartan-117 join Fortnite via a cosmetic bundle. Last year, during Microsoft Flight Simulator's 40th Anniversary celebrations, Asobo added Halo's famed Pelican aircraft.

Similarly, Rainbow Six: Siege has had its fair share of crossover content, with franchises like Resident Evil and WWE making guest appearances in the store. Sledge and Smoke also got a couple of wild cosmetic bundles with a Rick and Morty crossover, which saw Sledge outfitted as a Gromflomite and Smoke dressed to kill as Pickle Rick.

Rainbow Six Siege adds Halo Infinite's Master Chief as a cosmetic bundle

The Master Chief cosmetic bundle can be picked up from the in-game Rainbow Six Store with the premium R6 credits currency and contains the following items for Sledge:
  • Spartan-117 headgear and uniform
  • Banished Gravity Hammer skin for Sledge's breaching hammer
  • Primary weapon skins for the M590A1 shotgun and L825A2 assault rifle
  • Secondary weapon skin for the P226 MK25 pistol
  • Cortana Chibi weapon charm
  • Operator cards
  • New Victory Celebration
Both Halo Infinite and Rainbow Six Siege are available alongside some of the best games on Game Pass, so you could take the galactic hero for a spin in and out of his home environment if you wish!
Written by Tom West
Tom has been playing video games since he was old enough to hold a controller, experimenting with a number of systems until he eventually fell in love with Xbox. With a passion for the platform, he decided to make a career out of it, and now happily spends his days writing about that which he loves. If he’s not hunting for Xbox achievements, you’ll likely find him somewhere in The Elder Scrolls Online or fighting for survival in Battlefield.
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