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Rainbow Six Siege: The story behind Nøkk

Published: 00:44, 10 November 2022
Updated: 01:22, 10 November 2022
Nokk is one of the most slept on operators in R6
Nokk is one of the most slept on operators in R6

For reasons of National Security and currently active missions, Nøkk’s records are sealed at NATO Confidential security clearance, but her files have been released to Six.

Ubisoft has created its best tactical shooter to date with the idea of having virtual representations of major security organizations such as the FBI, SAS and many more.  

Nøkk was released into Rainbow Six Siege in Operation Phantom Sight in Year 4 as a two-speed, two-armour female attacker with the ability to hide from the most powerful tools in the game, cameras.

With four deployments under her belt, Nøkk underwent additional special operations training, earning her Jægerkorpset maroon beret with skills in covert ops, combat search and rescue, direct action, special recon, arctic warfare, and advanced breaching. 

Nøkk served in Afghanistan and Iraq, often alone, deep undercover behind enemy lines. She received commendations for eliminating hostile insurgents in surgical strikes and was responsible for uncovering Erik “Maverick” Thorn’s location.

Nøkk was raised by a single mother who she has a very strong bond with, more like best friends than mother-daughter. Her father was a very important figure and while she did know about him and his family, it took some time for the family to know about Nøkk.

Ubisoft Nokk's reveal trailer was one of the scariest trailers Ubisoft has released to date Nokk's reveal trailer was one of the scariest trailers Ubisoft has released to date

She is fiercely loyal to both her mother and father out of respect for the family name itself. To everyone's surprise, she is okay quietly serving Queen and Country and everything else that comes with it.

She keeps her identity hidden from all but her fellow operators as it could cause many issues if it were ever to be leaked to the public. NATO’s O&P division recommended Nøkk for Rainbow as one of its deep cover specialists.


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