According to the official blurb, Alibi is a Defender inspired by the Raggruppamento Operativo Speciale unit from Italy, and is described as a "cunning woman" who is skilled at penetrating the dense networks of 'organized crime'.
Called Alibi (real name Aria de Luca), she's a defender created to find clever ways to exploit the attackers' tactics.
The trailer for Rainbow Six Siege's upcoming Villa map has a delicious easter egg for fans of the Assassin's Creed franchise. Her father managed a small ordnance manufacturer, using his contacts to open up exports.
Rainbow Six Siege is available on PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
In Rainbow Six Siege, almost every playable character (or "operator") is split into two categories: Attackers & Defenders.
Full DLC Operation Para Bellum, which in addition to Ubisoft will present on 19 and 20 may. You'll have full access to the game and all its updates, and any progress will carry over should you decide to purchase the full game, which is 50 percent off this weekend.
Dutch researchers uncover dirty jokes in Anne Frank's diary
He edited and published her writings in hiding after the war, making Anne Frank one of the world's most famous Holocaust victims. The house where the Franks hid was turned into a museum that is one of Amsterdam's most popular tourist attractions.
Mo Salah wins sixth individual award
The goal meant the Egypt global finished two ahead of Tottenham's Harry Kane in the race to be the league's top scorer. He could add more to his tally against Real Madrid in the Champions League final on May 26 in Kiev, Ukraine.
Kia Motors Will Debut 48V Diesel Hybrid Powertrain This Year
Kia has announced plans to introduce new mild hybrid technology to its line-up, similar to the drivetrains now utilised by Audi. The battery recovers energy from the diesel engine's crankshaft when the vehicle is decelerating or driving downhill.
'Cure' for common cold could 'block virus in minutes'
By contrast, the new molecule successfully blocked the several strains it was trialed against without damaging the human cells. According to scientists, the common cold could be cured within five years - by using an inhaler at the first sign of sniffles.