Rainbow Six Extraction: Operator Status Explained
Operator Status is a new mechanic introduced in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction. People will have preferred Operators to play because this is a class-based zombie shooter. When players wish to play the same character as another, it might be a problem in other class-based games, and it has been in the past. Here’s how Operator Status works in Rainbow Six Extraction, as well as what it signifies.
What is Operator Status in Rainbow Six Extraction?
Operator Status is a unique mechanic based on the health of all of your available Operators. Each Operator begins with 100 base health and 50 bonus hitpoints. What matters is the 100 basic health because it indicates your Operator’s status for the next few missions. Here’s an explanation of each status and what it means.
Your Operator’s Operational Status indicates that they have a majority of their base health and are ready to depart on a mission. They don’t always start with 100 health since, at least while not in use, they regenerate health outside of missions.
Your Operator will be put into an Inactive or Injured Status if you successfully withdraw from a mission with low health. They’ll have to recuperate their health here until they’re fit enough to deploy. Meanwhile, you’ll have to complete more missions without them until they return to Operational Status.
Missing in Action (MIA)
If your Operator’s health dropped to zero during deployment or if they did not safely extract before the operation timer ran out, they will be marked as MIA. You won’t be allowed to play as an MIA Operator until they’ve been properly recovered from an MIA Rescue mission in this case.