Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege thrives on its consistent gunplay that serves balanced, competitive multiplayer combat. Shaking weapon upgrades, unlockable abilities, and other forms of vertical progression, players are rewarded with in-game cosmetic items instead. Ubisoft also offers a range of premium top-tier paid “Elite Skins,” putting a distinct spin on its Operator roster. Here’s every Rainbow Six Siege Elite skin set available so far.
Complete list of Elite skins for Rainbow Six Siege
Elite sets offer a collection of distinct cosmetic items tied to a specific Operator, detached from the common themes across most other skins. Every Elite set follows a similar item template, packing a uniform, headgear, weapon skins, and a weapon charm. These bundles also provide a level of customization not possible with traditional skins, including a gadget skin, golden pre-match Operator card, and final victory pose.
With new skins regularly introduced, we’ve compiled a list of all the Elite sets available so far. Going forward, this post will be updated with new additions.
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Rainbow Six Siege’s premium content is obtainable via the dedicated “Shop” tab, tied exclusively to the game’s paid currency, R6 Credits. Elite sets clock in at 1,800 R6 Credits each, with the 2670 R6 Credits Currency Pack cheapest bundle covering the skins, and spare coins for additional items.