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Rainbow Six Mobile Operators - Both confirmed and speculated

Rainbow Six Mobile Operators - Both confirmed and speculated

These are the characters that we managed to find through the official sources so far

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If you want to know which operators are available in Rainbow Six Mobile, then we have exactly what you've been looking for. In this article, we have listed all the R6M Operators as well as some key information on each of them. 

Rainbow Six Mobile is a game from the popular Ubisoft franchise that has just been confirmed to launch on mobile, and if you were eager to learn which Operators you can play as, then we've got you covered. We gathered key information on all the Operators that have been confirmed to this date, as well as all the upcoming or speculated characters based on game footage and promotional material, and listed them all in one place. 

If you're unfamiliar with the game, Operators are the characters you can play in Rainbow Six Mobile. They are divided into two groups, based on the role they can play: Attackers and Defenders

What is the difference between the attackers and defenders in R6M

Attack and Defense are two very different roles, with each one playing a key part in the game. Attacking is arguably more difficult to pull off with a completely random team of new players since it requires coordination and skill, as well as some knowledge of when you're able to take a hit and when you need to fall back and regroup. 

Defending is pretty self-explanatory: defense operators need to defend their territory and hold the attackers back, preventing them from completing their objectives. It can be pretty simple to execute since all that it entails is stalling the game for long enough until the attacking team fails to complete the objective.

About the Rainbow Six Mobile attack operators

The attacking party has to complete one of two goals in order to win:

  • Kill the entire enemy team (a.k.a. the defending team)
  • Complete the objectives in time

Most of the operators tasked with attacking have the ability to gather intel, disruptors, entry frags, as well as breaching skills to allow them to create opportunities for their team.

We listed all the operators we know about below, as well as the ones we think will be available with the game's release or in the near future based solely on the trailer, which you can watch below! 

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All confirmed Rainbow Six Mobile attack operators

  • Ash
  • Sledge
  • Twitch
  • Thermite
  • Hibana


  • Glaz

About the Rainbow Six Mobile defense operators

The defensive party has one main goal: to prevent the attackers from completing their objectives.

Other than this, they should also be wary of their HP, so they don't die, thus leaving the team vulnerable. They can set up various traps in order to help their defences, with options such as barbed wire or impact grenades available.

Unlike the attackers, defenders' skills revolve around breach denial, trapping, area denial, and other similar skills. 

All confirmed Rainbow Six Mobile defense operators

  • Caveira
  • Bandit
  • Smoke
  • Valkyrie
  • Mute


  • Jager
  • Rook
  • Kapkan

If you want to learn more about each one of these operators, make sure to check each R6M operator page!

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Primary Weapon: R4-C Assault Rifle

Secondary Weapon: 5.7 USG - Handgun

Unique Ability: Breaching Rounds

Gadget: Stun Grenades


Primary Weapon: L85A2 Assault Rifle

Secondary Weapon: SMG-11 - Machine Pistol

Unique Ability: Tactical Breaching Hammer

Gadget: Frag Grenade


Primary Weapon: F2 Assault Rifle

Secondary Weapon: P9 - Handgun

Unique Ability: Shock Drone

Gadget: Claymore


Primary Weapon: 552-Com Assault Riffle

Secondary Weapon: 5.7 USG - Handgun

Unique Ability: Exothermic Charge

Gadget: Claymore


Primary Weapon: Type-89 CQB Assault Riffle

Secondary Weapon: 93R Handgun

Unique Ability: X-Kairos Launcher

Gadget: Stun Grenades


Primary Weapon: Origin-12 Shotgun

Secondary Weapon: Luison handgun

Unique Abilities: Silent Step; Interrogation

Gadget: Impact Grenade


Primary Weapon: MP7 Submachine Gun

Secondary Weapon: 5.7 USG Handgun

Unique Ability: Shock Wire

Gadget: Barbed Wire


Primary Weapon: M500 Shotgun

Secondary Weapon: SMG-11 Machine Pistol

Unique Ability: Remote Gas Grenade

Gadget: Deployable Shield


Primary Weapon: MPX Submachine Gun

Secondary Weapon: Keratos.40 Handgun

Unique Ability: Black Eye Cameras

Gadget: Nitro Cell


Primary Weapon: M590A1 Shotgun

Secondary Weapon: AP30 - Handgun

Unique Ability: GC90 Signal Disruptor "Jammer"

Gadget: Nitro Cell


We get the first glimpse of Glaz in the trailer, where we can easily identify him by the signature black beanie and marksman rifle. If we were to compare his loadout with the one from Rainbow Six Siege, then it would look something like this:

Primary Weapon: OTS-03 Marksman Rifle

Secondary Weapon: PMM - Handgun

Unique Ability: Flip Sight

Gadget: Smoke Grenade or Frag Grenade


Jager is seen placing his Active Defense System (ADS) on the ground in the following screenshot, which is a pretty dead giveaway that it's actually him.


In a short frame, YouTuber 6News which usually covers news about the Rainbow Six franchise spots something that closely resembles Kapkan's trip mines that can be placed on doors.

Rook or Doc

Although it might not be Rook but Doc, this operator is most certainly one of the two. To us it looks like Rook, since his left eye is blue, just like Rook's - however, his armor doesn't seem to be as bulky.

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Cristina Mesesan
Cristina Mesesan
Cristina is a lifelong gamer who also loves digital art, she's worked as an animator and tried some game level designing in Unity. Her biggest passion is pixel games (Stardew, To the Moon), and she adores writing and sharing her knowledge about games.