Shampy verified LV.20 S
Aug 27, 2020, 06:39 PM 182 read

A guide to using Lion on Outback

■ Using Lion on Outback Outback is a small confined map, with two floors. Outback, with the exception of it’s garage area, is a map with many small rooms and a lot of tight narrow hallways. Attackers can use these many interconnected rooms to their advantage, flanking roaming defenders and catching them by surprise.   Lion is a two speed, two armor operator offering a great weapon selection with a specialization in crowd control.   His gadget, the EE-ONE-D is a device that highlights any enemies that continue to move after a three-second warning. This scanning period lasts for several seconds forcing the defending team to remain where they stand unless they want to risk revealing their location. Their exact position can also be seen through walls and obstacles, making this particular type of scanning extremely useful. Don’t expect to actually reveal the locations of many enemies when using this gadget, rather think of it as a method of holding defenders in their current position allowing you and your teammates to move more confidently throughout the map. This gadget is especially useful if you have planted the defuser at a bomb site and you know defenders must now retake that bomb site. Using your EE-ONE-D device here makes this task immensely difficult for the defending team.   Lion the choice of using three primary weapons. The first is the V308 assault rifle. This weapon has a high level of recoil making it difficult to control. This weapon also features a 50 bullet drum magazine allowing you to suppress and pre-fire with confidence. The second option is the 417 Marksman Rifle. This is a single fire weapon that features a high damage output. A drawback to this weapon is the small magazine size. Regardless, this weapon is an excellent choice for long-range duels.   His third choice of weapon is the SG-CQB Shotgun. It is difficult to recommend this weapon as you will more than likely be facing most enemies at medium to long-range, however, if you want to have fun and rush with a shotgun, don’t let me stop you!   Lion has a choice between two secondary weapons. The first option is the P9 handgun which is a typical pistol and a solid backup weapon. The second option is the more atypical LFP586 magnum revolver. This weapon offers extremely high damage output at the expense of fire rate, recoil, and reload speed.   With Lion you can also choose to use stun grenades or claymores. Select whatever suits your play style.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 2

▲ The sites you will have to attack on Outback.   ▶ In case, the site is located at '2F Laundry ~ 2F Games Room' These sites are quite far apart and are separated by a long hallway that encompasses much of the second floor. Attackers should look to control this area in its entirety and not just the individual bomb sites. You and your teammates can gain entry to the 2nd floor directly using the many windows and doors at your disposal.   Laundry, Bomb Site A, is a small room with two doors. One door opens out onto the hallway which connects the two sites. The other door leads to a landing which is connected to a staircase you can use to access the 2nd floor. Be cautious if you plan on moving up through the hallway. There are many doors branching off from this hallway, with defenders possibly anchoring inside.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 4

▲ From the Back Stairs you can create an opening into Bomb Site A.   Games Room, Bomb Site B, is medium sized room with ample cover. It has a door which faces the rest of the 2nd floor. Outside the door you will notice a bull. Once in the mechanical bull area you should be relatively safe, if you have cleared out the rest of the floor beforehand. You can use this bull as cover as you peak into this site.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 6

▲ You can use this door on the Terrace to get immediate access to the second floor.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 8

▲ Expect heavy resistance to occur in this doorway.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 10

▲ You can use Piano Stairs to reach the bomb sites.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 12

▲ The long hallway that connects the bomb sites.   ▶ In case, the site is located at '2F Party Room ~ 2F Office' Party Room, Bomb Site A, is a small room with two doors. The first leads into the Bomb Site B, the other opens out to the rest of the second floor. Any defenders anchoring in this small room will be very susceptible to any stun grenades or similar gadgets you have at your disposal.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 14

▲ How the bomb sites connect to one another.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 16

▲ This window on the Terrace will eventually lead you to the Mechanical Bull area, from there you can breach the Party Room.   Office, Bomb Site B, can become quite exposed. This is due to it being next to two main areas of attack. The first is the Garage and associated stairwell. If you and your teammates manage to gain control of the Garage you will have a sight line into both bomb sites. You will have to engage enemies at range if you decide to approach via the Garage, which should suit the attacking team if they are equipped with assault rifles, compared to defenders mostly having submachine guns.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 18

▲ Bomb Site B, opens out onto the Garage. You will be quite exposed if you decide to use this route.   The other area which both sites are exposed to is the Office Supplies hallway which runs perpendicular to both sites. There is a window in this hallway that can be accessed from outside. Attackers should attempt to enter through this window as it gives them direct access to the sites, however expect heavy resistance. It will probably not be possible to do so unless you have already taken out some opponents already.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 20

▲ This window leads to the Office Supplies area which runs perpendicular to both bomb sites.   ▶ In case, the site is located at '1F Nature Room ~ 1F Bushranger Room' These sites can almost be treated as one. They are an anchor’s dream, with only three points of entry in total. With one door in each of the sites and a window that leads into the room that connects both sites. There is a breakable wall between these sites, which will probably be opened by the defending team. Breaching the reinforced walls of these sites is key to winning the round.   Bushranger Room, Bomb Site A, provides excellent cover to defenders. It will be difficult to gain entry to this room using the single doorway which leads inside. Consider using a hard breacher to open the reinforced wall.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 22

▲ Bomb Site A is very close to this entrance to the building.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 24

▲ The door into Bomb Site A.   Nature Room, Bomb Site B, is a similar situation. With excellent cover and only two angles of attack to think about, it is easy for defenders to anchor at this site.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 26

▲ Bomb Site B provides excellent cover to defenders.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 28

▲ This window has a view of the hallway that connects the bomb.   ▶ In case, the site is located at '1F Compressor Room ~ 1F Gear Store' Gear Store, Bomb Site A, is a small room with three doors. One leads to the other bomb site. The other two are on opposite sides of the walls facing each other, which allows attacks to come from these two different angles. This makes staying in this room difficult. Opening either of the breakable walls on either side of this site will leave any defenders anchoring inside greatly exposed.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 30

▲ The bomb sites are connected by a single door.   Compressor Room, Bomb Site B, is another small room. However there is only one door to worry about in the form of the doorway leading out to the Garage. This Garage is relatively easy for attackers to access, however be cautious on your approach as there may be defenders waiting in this location. On the opposite side of the room there are three breakable walls which when opened, make the defense of this site considerably more difficult.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 32

▲ Bomb Site B can be accessed from the Restaurant. Attackers will have to be mindful when crossing the garage as there is little cover here.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 34

▲ You can reach the bomb sites by crossing through the Garage.

Rainbow Six: General - A guide to using Lion on Outback image 36

▲ From Kitchen, you can create an opening into Bomb Site B.

Comment 6

  • Mootsuck LV.22 PlayStation Aug 27, 2020, 08:09 PM

    At least you use 417 I can respect that but I play Jackel Lesion have done since their release

  • Cheeklington50 LV.4 Lurker Aug 27, 2020, 11:15 PM

    Thanks 😊

  • nasty_glaming gg LV.19 Sage Aug 28, 2020, 12:42 AM

    Lol

  • TheFluffestFluff LV.20 Professional Noob Aug 28, 2020, 04:23 AM

    ree

  • BANDIT_247 LV.6 Best Squadmate Sep 1, 2020, 02:22 AM

    h

  • GameZedd LV.22 Beast Aug 27, 2020, 07:57 PM

    gg

1
Home