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Rainbow Six • May 15, 2019

Dr Disrespect gets unexpected surprise during first Rainbow Six Siege pack opening

Dr Disrespect gets unexpected surprise during first Rainbow Six Siege pack opening
Dr Disrespect, Twitch / Ubisoft

Dr Disrespect has always been a big believer in games constantly adding new content and was delighted to find some cosmetic packs to purchase in Rainbow Six Siege, but it's fair to say that he got a lot more than he bargained for after deciding to buy them. 

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The popular Twitch streamer decided to open some of the popular cosmetic packs in the popular tactical shooter, expecting a regular outfit to appear, and that did turn out to be the case for his first selection as he unlocked the Simulation Course skin. 

However, next he went for one of the Crimsonveil Collection pack, which very much resembles a blood packet in-game, and what happened next was certainly scarier than he might have imagined. 

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Ubisoft revealed a shed load of new Rainbow Six Siege in February, with the launch of Operation Burnt Horizon.

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Dr Disrespect's scary Rainbow Six pack opening 

As he unzipped the pack at the very top, not knowing what could pop up, the Legendary Brimstoned headgear came springing out onto the screen - giving him a sudden jump scare. "Let's open some packs," he said, navigating the menus. Just moments later, he jokingly unleashed a squeal of shock. 

For those who haven't seen it before, players using this cosmetic will have not just a brown helmet on their heads, but blood all over their Rainbow Six character's face, as well as a fresh set of freaky looking eyes. 

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Scary moments have been a feature of the Two-Time's streams during May, however, but not always has he been the one on the receiving end of the scaring. In a bizarre exchange, Dr Disrespect appeared to freeze a PUBG player with fear during an online match on May 1, after firing a few shots in their direction. 

Fans of high profile streamers do enjoy the odd jump scare, though, and there's no question that the Doc was caught out on this occasion. Whether or not he will continue to play Rainbow Six Siege on stream, let alone buy more of the packs, remains to be seen. 

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