Rainbow Six Siege ranked Season 3 Year 4 end date - Ember Rise

Rainbow Six Siege ranked Season 3 Year 4 end date - Ember Rise

The Rainbow Six Siege seasons have an average duration of three months. Operation Ember Rise is expected to end around December 14th.

It is impossible to predict the exact day and time, so the countdown below is just an approximation timed to the midnight of the expected day.

In the tables, you can find the history of the starting and ending date of each season.

Note that these dates indicate the availability of the content for Season Pass holders, standard players must wait one week before being able to use the new operators.

Year 4

S Name Start Date End Date
1 Burnt Horizon Mar 6, 2019 Jun 11, 2019
2 Phantom Sight Jun 11, 2019 Sep 11, 2019
3 Ember Rise Sep 11, 2019

Year 3

S Name Start Date End Date
1 Chimera Mar 6, 2018 Jun 6, 2018
2 Para Bellum Jun 7, 2018 Sep 3, 2018
3 Grim Sky Sep 4, 2018 Dec 3, 2018
4 Wind Bastion Dec 4, 2018 Mar 4, 2019

Year 2

S Name Start Date End Date
1 Velvet Shell Feb 7, 2017 Jun 6, 2017
2 Health Jun 7, 2017 Sep 4, 2017
3 Blood Orchid Sep 5, 2017 Dec 4, 2017
4 White Noise Dec 5, 2017 Mar 5, 2018

Year 1

S Name Start Date End Date
1 Black Ice Feb 2, 2016 May 9, 2016
2 Dust Line May 10, 2016 Aug 1, 2016
3 Skull Rain Aug 2, 2016 Nov 16, 2016
4 Red Crow Nov 17, 2016 Feb 6, 2017

Year 4 season duration

Predicting the starting and ending date of each Rainbow Six Siege season is quite simple because Ubisoft standardized their duration to about 3 months.

The exact date is revealed only a few days before the season launch, but as operation Burnt Horizon started on March 6th, most probably the year 4 seasons will follow the same schedule used for year 3.

The second season is expected to start in June, the third one in September, and the final one in December.

More: Check out the current rank distribution to find out the percentage of players at each rank.

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