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WWE’s Becky Lynch and The Undertaker hit Rainbow Six Siege

Get ready to Tombstone your pals, as The Undertaker and Becky Lynch join Rainbow Six Siege.
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Rainbow Six Siege is getting two brand new character bundles, as part of a major crossover with WWE. From today, players will be able to purchase operator skins for Blackbeard and Thorn, representing wrestlers The Undertaker and Becky Lynch.

The Deadman Bundle will include the Undertaker uniform, headgear, operator portrait, WWE championship charm, The Tombstone weapon skin for the MK17 CQB, and a Moonlight Brawl background to jazz up your profile.

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Thorn’s Becky Lynch Bundle will include a Becky Lynch outfit designed after her 2018-2020 ‘The Man’ phase, a WWE championship charm, a Dis-Arm-Her weapon skin for the UZK50GI, and an ‘I Am The Man’ background.

Each bundle is set to cost 2160 Rainbow Six credits (around AU $25), with a joint bundle going for a discounted 4080 credits (around AU $45).

You can check out the new skins in action below:


While the crossover may seem wild, it isn’t the first time WWE wrestlers have appeared as crossover characters in video games. Tag team The New Day (Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston, Big E) appeared in Gears 5, and Woods was also included as a skin in Fall Guys alongside Asuka and The Undertaker.

John Cena, Seth Rollins, The Undertaker, Becky Lynch, The Rock, and Kofi Kingston all recently appeared in SNK mobile game, The King of Fighters All-Star. John Cena is also a featured skin in Fortnite, as of mid-2022.

It seems that video games just can’t get enough of the WWE lately, with Rainbow Six Siege the latest major title to make the stars of wrestling feel welcome. While the Becky Lynch and Undertaker packs were spoiled several months ago, thanks to some wily leakers, it’s great to see this crossover finally come to fruition.

Both crossover bundles are now available for Rainbow Six Siege on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Windows PC.

Leah J. Williams is a gaming and entertainment journalist who's spent years writing about the games industry, her love for The Sims 2 on Nintendo DS and every piece of weird history she knows. You can find her tweeting @legenette most days.