Rainbow Six Siege's New Operators, Burnt Horizon Expansion, And Year 4 Roadmap Detailed

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Rainbow Six Siege's big new Operation Burnt Horizon update is on the way to PS4, Xbox One, and PC soon, and publisher Ubisoft has finally revealed all the details. As revealed during at the 6 Invitational, Year 4, Season 1 will bring two new Operators, Mozzie and Gridlock, as well as a new map named Outback.

Gridlock is a 3 armor, 1 speed attacker who comes equipped with three Trax Stingers--throwable, expanding spike clusters that slow and damage enemies who walk on them. Think of them as attacking versions of razor wire that cause damage--and make a similar amount of noise. Gridlock is therefore seen as an anti-roaming Operator. Her weapons include the F90 assault rifle or M249 LMG, as well as the Super Shorty sawn-off shotgun.

Mozzie, meanwhile, is a 2 armor, 2 speed defender who wields three deployable Pest devices, which will automatically hack and take over any enemy drone that enters a small radius. The drone is then fully under the command of the defending team; a small blue light is the only indicator to attackers that their drone is no longer under their control. Mozzie can use an AR9 assault rifle or the R10 Ronie machine pistol, as well as the same Super Shorty as Gridlock.

Toy Fair 2019: Tons Of Overwatch Collectibles Revealed By Hasbro

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Toy Fair 2019: Tons Of Overwatch Collectibles Revealed By Hasbro


New York's Toy Fair is wrapping up, but there are still plenty of reveals coming from the show. Hasbro announced a bunch of Overwatch-related collectibles at the show, which is currently taking place at the Javits Center.

From action figures to Nerf blasters to a game of Monopoly, Hasbro has plenty of Overwatch product, all hitting stores this spring. Back in January, we got our hands on some full-sized Overwatch blasters that were incredibly cool-looking as Hasbro tried to recreate weaponry from the game. This time around, the blasters are pocket-sized.

Below, you'll find images and info for all the new Hasbro Overwatch products, hitting store shelves in a matter of months.

Check out our other Toy Fair stories so far:

New Kingdom Hearts 3 Figures RevealedNew Lego Movie 2 PlaysetsFunko Pop Anime RevealsFunko Pop Music RevealsFunko Pop TV RevealsDC's Batman And Wonder Woman Wrestling FiguresStar Wars Lightsaber Academy Toys

Stay tuned to GameSpot over the weekend for more Toy Fair reveals.

New York's Toy Fair is wrapping up, but there are still plenty of reveals coming from the show. Hasbro announced a bunch of Overwatch-related collectibles at the show, which is currently taking place at the Javits Center.

My Hero Dominates Crunchyroll Anime Awards, But Devilman Crybaby Takes Top Spot

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My Hero Dominates Crunchyroll Anime Awards, But Devilman Crybaby Takes Top Spot

Every Crunchyroll Anime Awards winner has now been announced. In a repeat of last year's results, My Hero Academia has once again gone home as the most awarded anime of the year, winning five of the 15 categories. Also like last year, though, My Hero Academia lost when it came to Anime of the Year.

This year, the Anime of the Year award goes to Devilman Crybaby, a series created by Science Saru. A 2018 Netflix Original that premiered January 5, Devilman Crybaby is an anime adaptation of Go Nagai's 1970s Devilman manga. Devilman has been adapted before, but Crybaby is the first to update the story with a modern day setting, and the anime includes new characters and an adjusted plot. Devilman Crybaby focuses on two best friends, Akira Fudo and Ryo Asuka. After discovering demons are real, Akira convinces Ryo to become possessed by one in order to give humanity a fighting chance against the supernatural threat. Now half human and half demon, Ryo calls himself the Devilman and protects the world as a violent superhero.