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'Rainbow Six Siege' Rick And Morty Skins Are Pure Nightmare Fuel

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'Rainbow Six Siege' Rick And Morty Skins Are Pure Nightmare Fuel

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege may have an 18+ age rating, however adulthood has not prepared us for the latest bundle of Rick and Morty skins.

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Ubisoft’s tactical, multiplayer shooter has maintained its popularity despite coming out almost seven years ago. The high-risk game, where just one death sees you out for the match, has maintained a healthy average of around 50,000 players every day. This is in part due to the highly competitive nature of the gameplay, but also because the team keeps adding extra content.

You can see the final horrifying designs in the video below.

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Ubisoft released its first bundle in collaboration with Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty in April 2021 with two new costumes. Smoke players were treated to a Pickle Rick bodysuit, while Sledge fans could dress as a Gromflomite. Players of the third-person shooter then had to wait almost a year for the second set of costumes to drop, but the second bundle was more popular than the first. Thermite players got to roleplay as assassin Krombopulos Michael, and Ace players could pretend to be Mr. Meseeks, complete with hood baring the character’s wide-eyed, toothy grin.

Now the third bundle has dropped and people can finally play as the titular characters from the animated series. Rick is available for those who operate as Doc, but you will have to use Fuze if you want to dress as Morty. What is horrifying about the designs is that the faces are just helmets with no animation at all. Rick is painted with a maniacal grin, and Morty a terrified grimace. 

The packs also come with operator backgrounds, weapon skins and charms. The charms this time are based on Squanchy and Mr. Poopybutthole from the show. Like the other two bundles, individual characters can be purchased for 2,160 Siege credits, around ₤15 in real money, or 4,080 credits for the pair.

Featured Image Credit: Adult Swim / Ubisoft

Topics: Ubisoft, TV And Film

Georgina Young
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